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Full text of "Resident and business directory of the town of Brunswick and Topsham village, with maps. 1910"

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JAMES F. WILL, Pres. JOHN L. PURINQTON, Treas 

JAMES R WILL CO. 

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Ladies' 3uits and Coats. Carpets, Rugs, Window 
Draperies, etc. 

100-102 MAINE ST., BRUNSWICK, MAINE 

GEO. B. RIDLEY 

Dealer in 

HARDWARE, STOVES 
and PLUMBING 

FINE LINE OF 

Bridgeport Paints and Varnishes 

Kclsey Furnaces and Paroid Roofing 

Telephone 

J38-J40 MAINE STREET 



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SEASHORE PROPERTY 

Morrill & Leonard 

ALSO ORDERS FOR TRUCKING TAKEN HERE 



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111 Maine Street, Brunswick, Me. 

KENNEBEC FRUIT CO. 

Dealers in 

CHOICE FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

142 MAINE ST., Tel. 105-3 BRUNSWICK, MAINE 
55 FRONT ST., Tel. BATH, MAINE 

J. F. Chancy Coal Co. 

COAL OF ALL KINDS 

Anthracite or Bituminous 

BY THE TON OR CARLOAD 
J 26 Maine Street, - Brunswick, Maine 



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' Proprietor" 

LOMBARD'S HAIRDRESSING PARLORS 

Electric Massage and Dutch Hair Cuts a Specialty 
Barber's Supplies at Reasonable Prices 

MAINE STREET, BRUNSWICK, MAINE 

E* H. Craiofond 

S. 7. Pcnncll, Successor 

Trucking, Boattding 
and Livctty Stable 

Rcatt 143 1-2 mainc $t, Bttun$u>ick 

ISAIAH R. nORRELL 

Dealer in Driving, Draft and Business 



Easy Terms. Satisfaction Guaranteed 

Also Dealer in WOOD and LUMBER 

J89 MAINE STREET, BRUNSWICK, MAINE 

International Tailoring Co. 

Clothing Repaired, Cleaned, Pressed, Dyed and Made to Order 
Ladies' Qarments, Sacks, Skirts, etc.. Naphtha Cleansed and Pressed 

ALL QARriENTS CUSTOM HADE 

PHONE 267 J 

76 Maine Street, Brunswick, Maine 



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ESTABLISHED 1876 



Robert's Shoe Store 

64 MAINE ST., BRUNSWICK 

THE OLD RELIABLE 

SHOE STORE OF BETJNSWICl 

WITH A NEW AND 

UP-TO-DATE STOCK 

Good Goods - Low Prices 

ROBERTS SHOE STORE 



Village and Seashore Property, sold by 
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RENTS: 1 have constantly on hand desirable rents. 1 may have 
what you are looking for. Please Phone or Call 

136 MAINE STREET, BRUNSWICK, ME. 

NEXT DOOR TO MAINE CENTRAL CAFE 

Mac's Tavern 

W, F. MCFADOEN, PROP. 

Newly furnished rooms to let by the day or week, modern 
conveniences in connection with Haine Central Cafe 

206 MAINE STREET BRUNSWICK. MAINE 



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F. W. CHANDLER & SON 

Wholesale and Retail Stationers 

BRUNSWICK, . MAINE 



Stationery, School and Office Supplies, Art ]\Iate- 
rials, Athletic Goods, Toys and Games, Fancy China, 
Leather Goods, Souvenirs. 



Latest Styles in Wall Papers 



We carry a good line of Books, and will always 
order any book not in stock. 

We have the Best Fountain Pens 



RAY P- EATON 

Seashore Property a Specialty. Automobile Insurance Solicited 
Telephone Connection 146 MAINE STREET 

B. R. Jordan Go. 

carry 

WALL PAPER 
and MOULDINGS 

125 MAINE STREET, BRUNSWICK, MAINE 



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If you want the best in Clothing, Hats, Caps and Fur- 
nishings at reasonable prices visit 

J. W. & O. R. PENNELL 

One Rrice Spot Ca.sh Clothiers 

Tel. 1415 

12 Maine Street, Brunswick, Maine 

P. S. Remember we sell the best quality 50c and 
$1.00 articles, at 45c and 90c respectively. 



Buys and sells second hand Boots, Shoes, Bicycles 
and sui^plies. First-class repairing in these lines. 
Prompt and satisfactory work. 

61 Maine Street, Brunswick, Maine 

"THE FASHION" has changed 

location and is now open to old and new patrons at its 
new roomy cpiarters at 

Q5 MAIINE STRBBT 

MILLINERY PRICES 

As good as As low as the 

THE BEST LOWESEST 

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A. E. THOnPSON 



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French Bevel and Mats 

Plate Glass Mirrors for Frames 



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S3 PLEASANT ST., BRUNSWICK, ME. 



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ESTABLISHED 1835 

BENJ. L. FURBISH 

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SHIINGUBS 

Doors, Windows, Mouldings, Plumbing and Heating 
58 MAINE STREET, BRUNSWICK, MAINE 

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Resident and Business 

DIRECTORY 

^n d^ X OF THE TOWN OF 

BRUNSWICK 



AND 



TOPSHAM VILLAGE 

WITH MAPS 



19 10 



Compiled by 
H. E. MITCHELL, Brunswick, Me. 

Assisted by 

A. J. BRYANT, Augusta, Me. 
ARTHUR J. LAMAR RE, Brunswick, Me. 
JOHN M. NICKERSON, Brunswick, Me. 



Augusta, Maine 
Published by The Mitchell Publishing Co. 



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We have purposely made iu one of these advertisements a 
typographical error. To that subscriber who first sends us 
after April 15, 1910, a correct statement as to what the error 
is and where found, we will send our check for $1.00 
THE MITCH13UL PUB. CO., Augusta, Maine. 

Use the Phone, Ladies, when you want our wagon to call. 

CITIZENS' STEAM LAUNDRY 

The Phone has great possibilities in securing for you regular and 
rapid service 

Wliei in Wait of a Fine Horse 
and Mil Call oe •• 

W. S.^ULE 

F/NE TURNOUTS A SPECIALTY 

4 & 6 FRANKLIN ST., BRUNSWICK, ME. 

PHONE 249-2 




THE NEW YORK 



ASTOR, LENOX AND 
TILDEN FOU 'Oi 
R 1910 



PUBUg UB|^^MC,f5 AMD SLEIGHS 




If you are in need of a New or Second-hand Carriage or Sleigli, go to 
C. E. TOWINSEND 

BRUNSWICK - MAINE 



CONTENTS 

BRUNSWICK 

Street Di rectory 12 

Errata and Additional Names 12c 

Abbreviations used 13 

Directory of Brunswick 13 

Directory of the Students of Bowdoin College 89 

TOPSHAM 
Directory of Topsham Village 101 

Classified list of trades, professions etc., of both towns .... 112 

PART II 

HISTORICAL MATTER 

Early Settlement and Settlers 139 

Indian Account 141 

Town Officers 1850—1910 145 

Military Matters 146 

Facts of Interest 151 



PART III 



A Brief History of Maine 41 

Governors of Maine 60 

United States Senators from Maine 62 

Representatives to Congress from Maine since 

Adoption of Constitution 64 

Government of Maine, 1907-8 ^ 73 

State Institutions 76 

List of Post Offices in Maine 80 

Railroads of Maine, Mileages and Fares 91 

Eastern Steamship Company's Lines 112 

Vital Statistics 113 

Cities and Towns of Maine 114 

Plantations of Maine 144 

Agricultural Statistics 148 

Maine Newspapers 151 

Maine Court Directory 156 

Maine Churches 159 



12 BRUNSWICK DIRECTORY 

Brunswick Street Directory 

BANK — from 90 Maine east to 11 Federal 

BATH— from 220 xMaine southeast 

BELMONT— from 268 Maine west to Oakland Ave. 

BOODY- 258 Maine west to Spring 

BOW— from 35 Mill north to Cabot Mfg. Co. Mills 

BOWKER— from 42 Harpswell east to Pine 

CABOT — from 25 Maine west to 14 Bow 

CEDAR— from 77 Union w-est to Spring 

CENTER— from 112 Maine east to 25 Federal 

CLEAVELAND— from 216 Maine east to 75 Federal 

COFFIN PL.— from 7 Coffin west. 

COFFIN— from 26 College south 

COLLEGE— from 256 Maine east to Harpswell 

COLUMBIA AVE.— from 278 Maine west 

CUMBERLAND— from 115 Maine west to 114 Mill 

CUSHING— from 54 Pleasant north to 66 Mill 

DUNLAP — from 74 Maine east to 7 Federal 

DUNNING— from 44 Union west to 35 Gushing 

ELM — from 194 Maine west to 78 Union 

EVERETT— from 170 Maine west to 14 Middle 

FEDERAL— from 1 Water south to Bath street 

FRANKLIN— from 31 Federal east to Stetson 

GILLMAN AVE.— from 61 Maine west to 9 Union 

GREEN— from 161 Maine east to Federal 

HARPSWELL PL.— from 47 Harpswell west 

HARPSWELL RD— continuation of Harpswell Street 

HARPSWELL— from 3 Bath, south 

HIGH — from 27 Union west to railroad track 

JORDAN AVE. — from opp. High school, Federal St. east 

LINCOLN— from 85 Maine west to 2 Union 

LONGFELLOW AVE— from 278 Maine east to 59 Harpswell 

MAINE — from Androscoggin river south through village 

MAPLE— from 61 Federal east to R. R. tracks. 

MARKET— from 52 Federal east to Maple 

MASON — from 54 Maine east to Water 

McKEEN — from Maine opp. College Grounds west 

McLELLAN — from 50 Harpswell east 

MIDDLE— from 20 Pleasant south to M. C. R. R. Depot 

MILL — from 41 Maine west to 88 Pleasant 

MORSE CT.— from 8 Spring west 

NOBLE— from 214 Maine west to Union 

OAK — from 13 Union w^est to 14 Gushing 

OAKLND AVE.— from 3 Belmont south to Columbia Ave. 

PAGE — from Maine opp. College Grounds west 

PINE — from Bath below Cemetery southeast 

PLEASANT — from 152 Maine west through village 

POTTER— from Maine opp. College Grounds west to 98 Union 

RIVER— from 116 Pleasant north 

SCHOOL — from 152 Maine east to Stetson 

SPRING— from 62 Pleasant south to Boody 

SOUTH— from 270 Maine east to Coffin 

STANWOOD— from 88 Pleasant south 

STETSON— from 17 Franklin south to 24 .Jordan Ave. 

STONE— from 88 Water south 

SUMMER— from 96 Pleasant south 

SWETT— from 33 High north to 77 Mill 

TOWN HALL PL.— from 131 Maine west 

UNION STREET EXT.— from 29 Mill street north to 14 Bow 

UNION— from 22 Mill south to 11 McKeen 

WATER— from IFederal east to R. R. track 

WOODLAWN— from. 9 Water to 23 Stone 



BRUNSWICK DIRECTORY 12j 



COMPILER'S NOTE 

The Compiler of this Directory and Map takes this oppor- 
tunity to state that in spite of patient and dilligent effort num- 
erous errors and omissions appear. In so far as such have come 
to his notice corrections have been made where possible. But 
he realizes that those readers who are especially familiar with 
the names and places dealt with herein will find that many 
errors and omissions have escaped unnoticed. The Com- 
piler readily accepts responsibility for these faults but does 
plead, in extenuation, the serious obstacles always in the way 
of the directory compiler, and that the best means in his poss- 
ession have been exerted to overcome those obstacles. 

The Compiler wishes to acknowledge the valuable assistance 
rendered in the compilation of this Directory and Map by John R. 
Stanwood, Geo. A. Storer, James K. Estabrook, Oren T. Despeaux, 
R. W. Eaton, Prof. Geo. T. Little. Henry K. Day, John W. Riley, 
S. A. Walker, and many others. Acknowledgement of the finan- 
cial assistance rendered by advertising patrons without whose 
support the issue of this volume would have been impossible, 
is hereby extended. 

The Compiler 



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t2b BRUNSWICK DIRECTORY 




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MASONIC BUILDING 9 LISBON STREET 

OPPOSITE ELECTRIC WAITING ROOM 

LEWBSTON, ME. 



Try my $2 00 Hat MCH'S FUmisHmffS, H^tS 

Guaranteed 

Stetson $4 00 Hats AtMetlC OutfUS 

in variety 

School Hats to 

order Special Values lu Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves 

I CAN PLEASE YOU iN UNION SUITS 

Shirts made to measure. Shirts and collars in 
stock, 12 to 19 inch, Bath Robes, Smoking 
Jackets, Dress Vests and Bathing Suits for 
Men, Women and Children 

White coats and Aprons, Wool F'rocks for 
Marketmen. Overalls to fit the largest man or 
smallest boy 

Everything for baseball, foot- 
ball, basketball and tennis. 
Sweaters and Sweater Jack- 
ets for Ladies, Men and 
Children. 

Let me be your Tailor, come and see my fine 
line of Suits and Overcoats, to your measure 
at $15, $20 and $25 

Correspondence solicited. When in Lewiston make my 

store your headquarters. 




s. p. 

LEWISTON, MAINE 



ERRATA AND ADDITIONAL NAMES 12c 

ERRATA 

A few errors in reading proofs, in printing, etc., have come 
to our notice too late to rectify before going to i^ress. So far as 
such errors have come to our notice we correct them in the follow- 
ing: 

Crocker, Arthur, on page 29, should read Crockett, Arthur. 
Crossman, Andrew J., on page 29, should read, Crosman 
Decorin on page 30 should read Decovin. 
Doublass, on page 32, should read Douglass 
Esterbrook, James, Raymond rd, on page 35, should read Esta- 

brook, James K., Pleas Hill rd 
Fortier, Amanda L., on page 36, should read, Fortin, Amanda L. 
Gilman, ]\Iary D., on page 40, should read, Gilman, Mary G. 
Given, Chas. I., on page 65, should read Giveen, Chas. I. 
Leonard, John J., page 52, should read, Leonard, John 
JMcCorson, Frank, on page 56, should read, Courson, Frank 



ADDITIONAL NAMES 

BRUNSWICK RESIDENCE DIRECTORY. 

NOTE — The publishers wish to state that because of errors 
of our compilers, because of failure of people to answer fully the 
questions asked by our compilers or because of absence from 
home of some people when our compilers called, some names fail 
to appear in their proper place in the residence directory. So 
far as the names have come to our notice, we give them in the 
list below: 

Barribeau, Joseph, boot & shoe repairer, 12 Elm 
Joseph, farmer, Growstown rd 

Beaulieu, Napoleon, emp Brick Yard, 9 Elm 

Berry, Dunham, emp H. J. Given, bds Center 

Chamberlain, Emma, ]\Irs., h, 6 Potter 

Costa, Thomas, fruit dlr, 13 Elm 

Dionne, Ernest, farmer, "Woodside rd 

Elm House, Miss Nettie IMorrison, prop, 4 Bank 

Estabrook, Thomas G., farmer, Pleasant Hill rd, R. D. 4 

Flynn, Nellie Mrs., Bath rd 

Gatchell, Myrick R., fore Brunswick Record office, bds 9 Pine 

Goodwin, Arthur W., emp Bruns. Record, bds 9 Pine 
Ina Miss, emp N. W. T. & T. Co., bds 34 Bath 
Thos. W., painter & paper hanger, 34 Bath 
William B., laborer and constable, 42 Bath 
William P., 39 Harpswell 

Graham, John H., teleg. lineman, 8 Elm 



I2d ADDITIONAL NAMES 

Grant, Abbie 

Gustafason, Gustaf, tinsmith, Bath ; h, 17 Stanwood 

Ilaekett, Chas. S., photographer, 76 JNIaine ; bds 14 Federal 

Hartelle, Roland, farmer, Caseo R. D. 4 

Harvey, James, laborer, 34 McKeen 

Thomas, laborer, 34 McKeen 
HayM'ard, Abbie, Bath rd 
Harvvood, Francis, bds 4 Green 

Nellie V. Mrs., dressmaker, 4 Green 
Hennessey, Fred, fireman Pejeps. Pap. Co., 23 Elm 
Hill, William T., janitor M. C. Station, h, 34 Elm 
Knight, M. Alice, Miss, teacher Bath St. Primary, bds 26 School 

Lena M., Miss, stenog, bds 26 School 
Knowlton, Emily F., Miss, 3 Green 
Lavallee, Paul, emp M C. R. R., Pleasant 
LeBell, Eugenia Miss, 7 Cumb, dressmaker 

Telesphore, laborer, 7 Cumb 
Maine Realty Co., Farms, Cottages, Shore and Timl)er Lands, 

M. i\I. Suimier, Mgr., 76 ]\Iain 
McKay, Henry, laborer, 31 Elm 
Mower, Roscoe, laborer. Green 

Orieux, Joseph Rev., priest St. John Cath. Ch., Pleasant 
Pike, William, farmer, W^oodside rd 
Proske, Otto F., book keeper, Pejeps. Pap. Co., 7 Lincoln 
Rawding's Cafe, Geo H. Morton, prop, 143 Maine 
Sawyer, Sarah Miss, music teacher, rms 114 Maine 
Scates, Nellie M. Miss, housekeeper. Pleasant Hill rd, R. D. 4 
Staples, Dr. Albert IL, dentist, office 1161/. Maine 
Thibeault, Peter, farmer, Growsto^\^l rd 
Tranehmontagne, Joseph Rev., priest St. John Cath. Ch., Pleasant 



Mairest. BODWELL & SON ''^^ 

Dutchess Trousers 11§,TIp '"'"''"^ 

BRUNSAYICK DIRECTORY 13 



Brunswick Directory 

1910 

ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS DIRECTORY 

Agt., agent; ave., avenue; bds., boards; bldg., l)iiildiug; blk., 
block; eor., corner; dept., department: dlr.. dealer; do, ditto 
emp., employe; gen., general; h.. bouse; nifr., manufacturer 
mgr., manager; M. C. R. R., Maine Central Rail Road; pi., place 
P. 0., Post Office; pres.. president; prop., proprietor; rd., road 
sec, secretary; st., street; supt., sujx'rintendent ; treas., treas- 
urer; wid.. widow. 

Wbere the name of a corporation, factory or firm appears after 
a name it indicates the place of l)usiness. 

After the name of the street the wcn-d street is usually omitted. 

Rural Delivery Routes are indicated 1iy the letters R. D., fol- 
lowed l)y the number of the route. 

Where no Post Office address is expressed. Ih'unswick is under- 
stood. 



Al)ott, Reljecca A., :\Irs., wid of W. H., 36 Page 

Abelon, Louis, dlr Dry and Fancy goods, res and store, 30 INIaine 

Adams, A. P., Mrs., wid of Dr. M. V., bds 30 Cumb 

Eva A., Miss, M.J)., 26 Cumb 

Inez, ]\I., Miss, 26 Cumb 

Joseph C, janitor Colby library. Gurnet rd, R. D., 21 
Additon, Frances, ]\Irs., Avid of D. N., 13 Bank 
Alcott, Elmer G., ISL C. R. R., fireman, 1-1 Cleaveland 
Alexander, Asa J., retired 70 Water 

Annie, Mrs. Harps rd, R. D. 1 

Charles, plumber and heater, 72 Water 

C. H. carpenter, Jordan ave 



Insurance ""^H John W. Riley 



For all l»,M..»iMn«««« Call 
Kinds of 



GIVEN'S Ice Cream 

74 Maine Street. Phone 52-R 



14 BRUNSWICK DIRECTORY 

Elsie M., meats and provisions, bus 218, res 216 Maine 

Fred B., driver ice wagon, Harps rd R. D. 1 

George, laborer, 41 Water. 

Harry, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 23 Water 

Harry E., laborer bds 27 Water 

Holman, M. C. R. R. carpenter, 6 McKeen. 

James, farmer, Raymond rd R. D. 4. 

Jas. E., clerk, h. 236 Maine 

Jennie F., Miss, emp Baxter Bap. Box Co., Jordan ave 

John M., fireman Brown's Saw Mill, 42 Water 

John D., laborer, 8 Green 

John W., laborer, G't Island rd R. D. 1. 

Leonard, laborer, 72 Water 

M. P., Mrs., 3 Bowker 
Allen, Belle M., Mrs., 16 McLellan 

Bert N., trav. sales., 18 Bank 

Caroline P., trained nurse, 3 Stan wood 
ALLEN, C. W., Prop. Allen Drug Store, 148 Maine, h 36 Pleas 

ALLEN'S DRUG STORE 

148 MAINE r STREET 

TELEPHONE 105-5 

TRY ALLEN'S HEADACHE POWDERS 

Also Allen's White Pine and Tar for Coughs 

Allen, Edmund C, Bds 36 Pleasant 

Ernest B., druggist, bds 36 Pleasant 

Enos P., carpenter, 3 Stanwood 

Florence M. Miss, music teacher, Prin. Union St Pri sch, bds 
36 Pleas 

Harry W., druggist, h, 72 Pleas. 

Lester C, laborer, 3 Stanwood 

Lewis, moulder, 1 Stetson 

Theodore S., prop machine shop, 8 Dunlap 
Alpha Delta Phi Ho, Maine cor Page. 
Alterton, C. F., farmer, River rd, R. D. 4 

Geo. A. farmer, Riv. rd R. D. 4 
Ambrose, John H., team Hardings, R. D. 3 

MoFADDEN'S GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET 

INEXX TO TO>VIN HALL, 

We pride ourselves on the good quality of our goods, only the 
best of good things grocerywise here. 



Ma^est. BODWELL & SON %rr 

The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing 

BRUNSWICK DIRECTORY 15 

Ames, Delia M., Mrs., wid of Fred 

Frank C, electrician, Cabot Mill, 5 School 
American Express Co., 103 Maine G-. A. Dunning agt. 
Anctil, Martial, emp M. C. R. R., 54 Mill 
Anderson, Fred C, painter, 74 Harps 

Harry, shoe shop, R. D. 4 

Martha E., Mrs., wid F. E., 3 Market 

W. W., painter, 108 Pleasant 
Andrews, Chas., farmer and milk route, P. 0. Bath 

Dr. E. H., Phy. & Surg., off. 98 Maine, h, 13 Cumb 

Geo., clerk, N. McFadden, 124 Maine 

Levi F., far and milk dlr, P. 0., Bath 
Annable, Julia E., ]\Irs., wid of Chas. B., 20 Jordan ave 
Arsenault, Joseph F., carpenter, M. C. R. R., 39 Union 
Atkins, Ernest, M. C. R. R., fireman, rms 8 Everett 

Geo. L., janitor, 14 Noble 

J. Russell, M. C. R. R., carpenter, rms 173 Park Row 
Atkinson, Ellen A., Mrs., dressmaker, Riv rd, R. D. 4 

John E., brick mason, 6 Bowker 

June, Bates Col., 6 Bowker 
Aubens, John A., blacksmith, 20 Spring 

Mary L., Miss, clerk J. F. Will Co., 20 Spring 
AUSTIN, ALBERT H., painter. Young & Austin, Durham rd, 
R. D. 4. 

Hattie, Mrs., Bath rd R. D. 3 
Avery, Harry E., farmer, Jordan ave 

Bagley, Victor, Supt. Bruns. Elec. Lt and Power Co., 93 ]Maine, 

h, 9 Dunlap St. 
Bailey, Abbie Mrs., wid of M. H., 27 Pleasant 

Alfred C, h, 24 School 

Harmon, expressman. 173 Park Row 

Wm. A., farmer. No. 9 River rd 
Baker, Willis C, emp M. C. R. R., bds 7 Bank 
Ball, Catherine Mrs., emp Hotel Eagle, rms 14 Mason 
Bamforth, Richard, farmer, Ctr Harps rd, R. D. 2. 

Richard, lal)orer, G't Island rd, R. D. 1. 
Barnes, David C, contractor and builder, Belmont St. 



mim 



For Sale and to Rent 
Town Building 



TEL. 41-2 




Civen's Smokers' Supplies 

B. B. B. Pipes. 74 Maine Stre et. Phone 52-R 

16 BRrNSAVICK DIRECTOPvY 

Geo., farmer, Freeport R. D. 8 

James D.. farmer, 288 Maine, 

John, farmer, Pennell rd R. D. 8. 

I^ouis A., mas(m, 270 ]\[aine 

^lary A.. .Mrs.. \v\d of G. W.. works -2-") Cnml) 

]\rildred E. Aliss, telephone op'r, 7 School 

Ralph W., carpenter :\r. C. R. R., Church rd. R. 1).. 4. 
Bard. William, emp. ^[. C. R. R., res. Gl Union 
Barril)ean, Alphonse. elk ^Morin's store, 52 Pleasant 

Ernest, emp Ferrule fac, 63 Cumberland 

Peter, caulker, 54 Pleasant 
Barring, Eva. Mrs., bds 7 Stetson 
Bartlett, Z. C. Mrs., wid of Geo. H., 2 Middle 
Bates, Elvira W., ^Irs., wid of Capt. Chas. N.. 16 Pleasant 
Baxter Bros. Co., H. C, J. P. Jr., and R. II.. Dunlap Blk, Maine 

Hartley C, mfgr. canned goods, H. C. Baxter & Bro., Baxter 
Pap. Box Co., &c., h, 10 College 

11. C. & Bro., Mfgr. Canned Goods, II. C. & J. P. Jr.. and R. 
H., cor ]\Iaine and Dunlap. 
Baxter Pap. Box Co., H. C, J. P. Jr.. and R. H., mfrs paper box- 
es, cor ]\Iaine & Dunlap 
Beals, H. A., Mrs., 285 :\[aine 

John A., wholesale fruit dlr, 9 Cedar 

]\ryrtilla F., ]\Iiss, piano teacher, 9 Cedar 
Bayard, Peter, laborer, 47 Water 
Beaulieu, Arthemise, Mrs., wid of Xavier. 25 IMaine 
Beaumont, Kate, Mrs., wid of Edward. 6 Lincoln 
Beauregard, Henry, emp. Cabot mill, 62 Water 

Lucie, Mrs., emp. Cabot ]Mill, 62 Water 
Belanger, Alexander, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 7 Swett 

Fabien Jr., emp Pejeps Pap. Co., 21 Mill 

Jean Baptiste, emp Cabot mill. 14 Oak 

Joseph, emp Cabot mill, leader of St. Jean Baptiste band, 61 
Mill 

Leon, prop. Maine St. Home Bakery, 18 ]\Iill 

jMichel, laborer, bds 57 Union 

Onesime, laborer, 57 Union 

Thorenea, carpenter, 54 Pleasant 



SF- Maine Central Cafe == 

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Bennett, Wm. T., mill op, bds 24 Pleasant 
Bergeron, Joseph, emp Cabot Mill, 30 Mill 

Treffly, emp M. C. R. R., 22 Gushing 
Benoit, Annie, Miss, domestic, 39 Pleasant 

Louis J., farmer, Casco rd, R. D. 4 
Bernier, A., farmer, Bunganuc rd R. D. 4 

Adelard, emp Cabot Mill, bds 9 Oak 

Aimable, Mrs., emp Cabot Mill, 48 Mill 

Aimable Sr., emp M. C. R. R., 48 Mill 

Alfred, wood chopper, 12 Dunning 

Amedee, shoe repairer. Union, h., 18 Gushing 

Charles, emp M. G. R. R., 20 Gushing 

Gyrias, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 13 Mill 

E. D., boss in Pejeps. Pap. Mill, 7 South 

Eva, Mrs., wid Bernard, emp Cabot Mill, bds 60 Mill 

Francois, emp Gabot Mill, bds 16 Cabot 

George, emp Gabot Mill, bds 16 Gabot 

George, blacksmith, res. 67 Union 

George, carpenter, emp. M. G. R. R., res. 59 Mill 

J. A., Groceries & Provisions, Bath, Me., 37 Mill 

Joseph, laborer, 10 Mill 

Joseph, emp Gabot Mill, 54 Mill 

Joseph A., emp M. G. R. R., 28 Mason 

Magloire, laborer, 50 Mill 

Theophile, laborer, 50 Mill 

Ulric, emp Cabot Mfg. Co., bds 67 Union 

"Wilfred, Highland rd R. D. 4 

Zephirin, fireman, Pejeps. Pap. Co., 20 Dunning 

Zephyi'in, shoe maker, 35 Maine 
Berry, Arthur E., M. C. R. R. brakeman, 18 Middle 

Geo. A., clerk, S. A. Walker's store, 11 Bowker 

Georgia, Mrs., wid of Wm., Mere Pt. rd, R. D. 3 

John D., far. Mere Pt. rd, R. D. 3 

Major M., far. Mere Pt. rd, R. D. 3 

Margaret, J., Miss, 29 McLellan 

Minnie, Miss, Mere Pt. rd R. D. 3 

Nellie M., Miss, 15 Federal 

Sarah J., Mrs., 285 Maine 




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74 Maine Street. Phone 52-R 
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Berry, Wealthy, Mrs., h, 26 Jordan ave 

Willard Gr., machinist, 29 McLellan 

Willard G. Jr., book kpr, 29 McLellan 
Berube, Elyeard, teamster, 65 Cumberland 

Ferdinand, emp Cabot Mill, 32 Mill 
Beta Theta Pi Ho., 14 McKeen 
Bibber, Benj. P., carpenter, R. D. 4 
Bickf ord, Leonard, meat & fish dealer, off G 't Is. rd 
Biette, Mitchell, far & milk route, Pennell rd 
Blackwell, Levi, laborer. Bridge rd R. D. 3 

Melville H., mgr for M. G. Shaw, Lumber Co., Bath, 53 Pleas 
Blais, Aristide, insurance, II6I/2 Maine, l)ds Bowdoin hotel 
Blake, Blanch M., Miss, 19 Spring 

Reuben B., carpenter, 19 Spring 

Vena J., Miss, Mere Pt. rd 
Blanchard, Geo., emp Grist Mill, h 106 Pleasant 

George L., engineer, 41 Water 
Blanchette, Joseph, emp Cabot Mill, 20 Bow 
Blethen, Alonzo, carpenter, 20 Potter 
BODWELL, E. S. & SON,, Clothing, Furnishings & Hats, 90 

Maine (E. S. Bodwell & R. P. Bodwell.) 
BODWELL, EDW. S., (E. S. Bodwell & Son) h, 42 Cumberl'd 
BODWELL, RALPH P., (E. S. Bodwell & Son) h, 5 Lincoln 
Bois, Joseph, emp Cabot Mill, 13 Mill 

Telesphore, emp Cabot Mill, 24 Bow 
Boisvert, Joseph, emp Cabot Mill, bds 19 Mason 
Bonner, Anna, Mrs., wid of William, housework 2 Swett 
Booker, Alice I., Miss, pianist, bds 17 Everett 

Alvaretta, Miss, h 8 Potter 

Chester H., contractor & builder, h 17 Everett 

Daniel A., retired, 34 Cumb 

Elizabeth, Mrs., Avid of Emory, 64 Union 
Booker & Co., Groceries & Provisions, 220-224 Maine 
Booker, Geo. W., Booker & Co., bus 220-224 Maine, res, 98 Union 

Ira P., Treas. Bowdoin College, h 23 School 
Bouchard, Elise, emp Cabot Mill, 19 Mill 

Joseph, emp Pejeps Pap. Co, 12 Mill 

Joseph, mill opr, Pleasant 

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Bouchard, Joseph, emp Cabot Mill, IG Bow 

Josephine, emp Cabot Mill, 19 Mill 

Ilermine, Mrs., wid of Noe, 24 Bow 

Marianne, widow of Joseph, 19 Mill 

Noe Jr., emp Cabot Mill yard, res 21 Bow 
Boucher, Damase, laborer, 28 Maine 

Horace, emp Cabot Mill, rms 42 Mill, bds 44 Mill 

William, emi^ Pejeps Pap. Co., 5i/2 Dunning 
Boufard, Elodia, Mrs., emp Cabot Mill, bds 4 Mill 

Evangeliste, emp Cabot Mill, bds 4 Mill 
Boulanger, Barthelemy, emp Cabot Mill, 15 Dunlap 

Jos., emp Cabot Mill, 36 Mill 
Bourassa, Delima, emp Cabot Mill, bds 25 Oak 
Bourgoin, Ulderic, emp Cabot Mill, res 16 Cushing 
Bousquet, Oliva, emp Pejeps Pap Co., 19 Market 
Bowdoin College, Wm. DeWitt Hyde, president 
Bowdoin Hotel, Fred Ouelette, prop, cor Maine & Center 
Bowker, Almiro H., Mrs., wid of John M., 7 Cleaveland 

Chas. L., supt Water Dis't, town bldg, h, 165 Maine 

Edwin T., farmer, R. D. 4 

Geo. E., Gen Ins bus, 109 Maine, h, 165 Maine 

Josephine B., Miss, seamstress, bds 42 Federal 

Nellie A., Mrs., bk kpr,70 Union 
Boyd, Elijah, laborer, Bath rd R. D. 3 

Jos. W., laborer, 33 Jordan ave 
Brackett, Hattie, Mrs., 33 Cumberland 
Bradley, Anthony, far, Bimganuc rd, R. D, 4 
Bradbury, Wm. W., far. River rd 
Bragdon, Alden, far, bds 119 Pleasant 

Ellen, Mrs., wid of John, 119 Pleas 

Ernest, gen. work, 119 Pleasant 
Brann, Clarence A., moving piet opr "Pastime," 18 Jordan ave 
Brassard, Ferdina, blacksmith, M. C. R. R., bds 20 Dunning 

Georgiaua, Mrs., wid of Francois, 22 Oak 
Brawn, Edw. F., gen work, 121 Pleasant 

Geo. E., painter, 121 Pleasant 

Roland, bds 121 Pleasant 
Brehaut, Alaric F., trav. sales, 9 Bowker 



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Breton, Frank, emp Cabot Mill, 22 Mill 

Joseph, teamster Cabot Mill, 14 Bow 
Brett, Mrs., 15 Market 

Mary, Miss, trained nurse, 36 Federal 
Bridge, E. Ralph, stud Med sch, 10 Harpswell pi 

NeUie P., wid of C. E., 10 Harps pi 
Bridgham, S. E., elk A. I. Snow, 65 Harpswell 
Brillant, Albert, teamster, Hoyt's Express, 29 High 

Edouard, wood chopper, bds 4 Mill 

Emelie, Mrs., wid of Zephiren, 11 Dunning 

Emerie, emp M. C. R. R., 23 Oak 

E. P., Groc & Prov, 44 Maine, h, 11 Dunning 

Pierre, emp M. C. R. R., 11 Dimning 

Thomas 0., elk, 29 Union 
Brisson, Regina, emp Cabot ]\Iill, bds 24 Bow 
Brown, A. D., grocery store, 80 Federal 

Bertha, Miss, 11 Maple 

Esther, teacher, 15 Franklin 

Frederic W., professor Mod'n Languages, 75 Federal 

I. S. Mrs., wid of H. C, nurse, 11 Maple 

Julia A., Mrs. wid of C. H., 46 Harpswell 

Julia S. Mrs., dressmaker, wid of C. W., R. D. 4 

Lewis T., far. Brown 's Cor., R. D. 4 
Brown, Lillian, Mrs., waitress Eag. hotel 

Oscar, carpenter, 15 Franklin 

Silas, ret'd. Brown's Cor, R. D. 4 

Stanley, T. & Co., sawmill. Water 

Stanley T., (S. T. BrOAvn & Co.), 9 Dunlap 

Thankful S., Mrs., wid of D. B., 15 McLellan 

Wilbur F., D. D. S., dentist over Post Office 
Burnswick Club (social club) Town Bldg. 
Brunswick Elec. Lt. & Pow. Co., Victor Bagley supt, 93 Maine 

Golf Club, Pleasant 

Knitting Mills Co., T. C. Hunton, prop, 34 Cushing 
BRUNSWICK MARBLE & GRANITE WORKS,, PI. D 
Lovell, prop., 22 Middle 

Mfg Co., mfg ferrules, 21 Stanwood, W. D. Hatch, pres, 98 
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Brunswick Publishing Co., Publishers Brunswick Record, 75 

Maine 
Brunswick Savings Institution (Alonzo Day, pres, T. H. Riley, 
treas), cor Bank & Maine 
Steam Laundry, Robert Robertson, prop 1-3 Center 
Brunswick & Topsham Water Dist. C. L. Bowker, Mgr & Treas, 

Town bidg. 
Brunswick Board of Trade, F. H. Wilson, President 
BRUNSWICK COAL & WOOD CO., C. A. Randall, Mgr., 

W. B. Donnell, treas. 136 Maine 
Brunswick Ice Co., John M. Nickerson prop., 68 Water 
Brunswick Mfg. Co., Mfg. Ferrules, W. D. Hatch Pres.; L. 

D. Snow Treas., 21 Stanwood 
Bryant, Blanch W., elk F. W. Chandler & Son, bds 10 Everett 
Clarence M., tallow render, Bath rd, h, 10 Everett 
Ernest F., carpenter, Bath rd 
Buckley, John, Supt. Bruns. Mfg. Co., bds Bowd. Hotel 
Burdg, Lewis, emp Crawford stable, 12 Morse Ct 
Burditt, Wm. F., boiler inspector, 60 Pleas 
Burkett, 0. E., master mechanic, Cabot Mfg. Co., bds 11 Pleasant 
Burkey, Pieterje, Mrs., wid of J., Mere Pt. rd, R. D. 3. 
Burgess, Bessie P., N. E. Tel. opr., bds 13 Cumberland 
Etta M., Mrs., wid of C. G., 9 Cumb 
Lauretta, Mrs., wid of James, 29 South 
Olive A., Mrs., wid ofChas. W., rms 169 Park Row 
Burnett, Chas. T., professor of Psychology and registrar of Bowd 

Col, bds 86 Federal 
Butler, Arthur W., electrician, Confectionery, Cigars & Tobacco, 
Popcorn, Maine, h, 12 Pleasant 
Wm., florist, 318 Maine 

Cabot Mfg Co., Cotton mfg, R. W. Eaton, agt, Maine 

Cain, Wm. G., carpenter, 42 Harpswell 

Cairns, Reuben F., far. Pleasant Hill rd, R. D. 4 

Cairnes, May, Miss, domestic, 72 Federal 

Cahill, Solon S., retired, 14 Pleasant 

Calantis, Christos, emp Shoe Shining Parlor, 190 Maine 

Caldwell, John, laborer, Coffin pi 

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WHOLESALE & RETAIL- 74 Maine St. Phone 52-R 
22 BRUNSWICK DIRECTORY 

Cami3bell, Andrew, emp Waxola IMfg. Co., Portland 

Carrie A., Mrs., music teacher, 22 Lincoln 

Elvie A., Mrs., 15 School 

Geo. D., M. C. R. R. carpenter, 10 Cedar 

Harry D., M. C. R. R. yd conductor 

Howard, Eng Elec Lt Sta, 22 Potter 

W. Charles, Me. Cent, engineer, 24 McLellan 

William, Town Farm, 44 Water 

William A., To^^^l Farm 
Caouette, Josephine Miss, emp Baxter Pap. Box Co.,l)ds 12 Center 
Caouette, Alphonse, emp Cabot ]\Iill, 42 Mill 

Damase, emp Cabot Mill, 8 Cabot 

Damase Jr., emp Cabot Mill, bds 8 Cabot 

Ludger, emp Cabot Mill, blacksmith, bds 8 Cabot 

Michel, teamster, 26 Bow, 

Napoleon, emp Cabot Mill, 15 Dunlap 
Caperonis, Dimitro, emp Cabot ]\Iill, bds 31 Maine 

Peter, emp Cabot Mill, bds 31 Maine 
Carlin, Helen, bk kpr, Citizen's laundry, res G3 Union 

Joseph, emp Cabot Mfg Co., 63 Union 

Mary, emp Cabot Mfg Co., 63 Union 
Carlo, Marie Louise, housekeeper, 42 Maine 

Philias, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., res 16 Oak 
Caron, Alfred C, emp Cabot Mill, 41 Union 

Alfred L., emp Cabot Mill, 33 High 

Amedee, emp Cabot Mill, 30 Cushing 

Caliste, emp Cabot Mill, 45 Union 

Celestin, emp Cabot Mill, 71 Mill 

Diana, emp Cabot Mill, 45 Union 

Ethesia, 45 Union 

Eugene, emp Pejeps Pap Co., 7 Swett 

Exilda Miss, emp Cabot Mill, 3 Mason 

Frederick, mill operator, 81 Union 

George, laborer, 56 Mill 

Joseph, emp M. C. R. R., 40 Mill 

L. Philip, jeweler, 86 Maine, res 36 Cushing 

Leontine, Miss, emp Cabot Mill, 3 Mason 

Louis P. v., emp Cabot Mill, 45 LTnion 

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Caron, Napoleon, emp Cabot Mill, 3 Swett 

Odilon, emp Pejeps Pap Co, 61 Mill 

Onesime, carpenter, 45 Union 

Rose, emp Baxter Box Co., bds 61 Mill 

Simeon, Ins agt, 22 Franklin 

Thomas, emp Cabot Mill, 85 Mill 

William, emp Pejeps Pap. Co., 12 Center 

Zephirin, emp Cabot Mill, 54 Pleasant 
Carratt, Gregory, shoe shining parlor, 190 Maine, rms do. 
Carrier, Charles, laborer, 7 Mill 
Carnes, Edward, far, Maquoit rd 
Carr, Statira M., Mrs., wid of James, 9 Potter 
Gary, Fred H., far, P. 0. Bath 
Carey, Chas. C, caulker. Pleasant 

Geo. E., teamster, 19 Maple 

Geo E., laborer, 17 South 

Henry, truckman, 17 South 

Samuel P., farmer, P. 0. Bath. 
Cartland, Chas. E., far & milk dlr, Lisbon Falls, R. D. 2. 

Cyrus, far, Lisbon Falls R. D. 2. 
Carter, Frances D., ]\Iiss, 36 Page 

Casavant, Adelard, teamster Citizen's Laundry, 6 Federal 
CASH MARKET, Meats and Provisions, 1131/2 Maine under 

L. D. Snow & Sons, H. E. Despeaux Prop. See p 8. 
Cates, Lizzie, Mrs., housekeeper, 28 McLellan 
Cavanagh, Wm. M., M. C. R. R. fireman, 17 Noble 
Central Billiard Parlor, 1191/2 Maine, over Morton's, H. J. Sedg- 

ley. Prop. 
Chamberlain, Gen. Joshua L., customs officer, Portland, h, 226 
Maine 

Willis H., electrician, bus, Portland, h, 226 Maine 
CHANEY, J. F., COAL CO., (coal & coke), J. F. Chancy, 

treas and mgr, 126 Maine. See p 3 
CHANEY, JAMES F. (treas & mgr, J. F. Chancy, Coal Co.) , 

res, Topsham, P. 0., Brunswick 
CHANDLER, ALGERNON G., prop Coll. Book store, F. W. 
Chandler & Son, 150 Maine, h, 19 McKeen 



CIVEN'S Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL- 74 Maine St. Phone 52-R 
24 BRUNSWICK DIRECTORY 

CHANDLER, F. W. & SON, Coll. Book store, wholesale & re- 
tail stationers, 150 Maine. See p 6 
CHANDLER, FRANK W., Distribution xVgent Dennison 

]\Ifg Co for Home Work, also F. W. Chandler & Son, h 52 
Harpswell 

Grace H., 5 Stanwood 

Kate, Mrs., wid of A. W., 13 Stanwood 

Rose G., Mrs., wid of M. A. W., 5 Stanwood 
Chaplin, Gladys M., Miss, elk & stenog, 1161/^ Maine, bds Elm, 

Topsham 
Chapman, Helen, Miss, 79 Federal 

Henry L., Prof. Eng. Literature, Bowd. Coll., 79 Federal 
Charest, Alma, Miss, dressmaker, 62 Pleasant 
Charron, Charles, teamster, 24 Maine 

Elie, emp M. C. R. R., bds 24 Maine 

Levie, emp Cabot Mill, bds 24 Maine 

Willie, emp Cabot Mill, 55 Mill 
Chase, Elizabeth A. Miss, 167 Park Row 

M. Frances, 167 Park Row 

Gertrude H., Mrs., wid of David H., R. D. 4 
Chin War, prop. Chin War laundry, 166 Maine 
Chouinard, Alice, emp Cabot Mill, bds 4 Mill 

Claire, emp Cabot Mill, bds 4 Mill 
Christman, Adelard, emp Cabot Mill, 41 Water 
Cimon, Joseph, emp Cabot Mill, 1 Union ext 
CITIZEN'S LAUNDRY, F. T. McCann, mgr, 73 Maine 

See p 10. 
Clark, Elvira, Miss, housekeeper , 7 Water 

James, N., far, Casco rd, R. D. 4 

Jos., retired, 30 Maine 
Claveau, Patrie, laborer, 15 Gilman ave 
Clatenburk, S. Parker, upholsterer, picture framer, dlr antique 

furniture 671/2 Maine rms do. 
Clement, Albert E., machinist Cabot Mill, 99 Pleasant 
Clifford, Elizabeth H., Mrs., wid of Clark T., h, 7 Mason 
Clough, Ada I., Miss, Durham rd, R. D. 4 

Wm. H., far, Woodside rd, R. D. 3 
Cloutier, Adelard, emp Cabot Mill, bds 13 Gilman ave. 

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Cloiitier, Aiitoine, emp Ca1)ot M\]\, 45 Mill 

Flavee, IMrs., wid of Tlieophile, 9 Swett 

George, emp Cabot Mill, bds 19 Mason 

lijqjolite, emp tailor, 14 Dunning 

Joseph, laborer, 7 Cabot 

Marianna, dress maker, bds 16 Swett 

Marie, emp the Baxter Pap. Box Co., bds 16 Swett 

Theophile, emp M. C. R. R., 7 Cabot 

Treffle, machinist, 27 South 

Zephyrin, emp Pejeps Pap. Co., 25 Mill 

Augusta, emp M. C. R. R., 22 Cumb 
Club Store, Mrs. G. Roy prop, 18 Dunning 
Cobb, Geo. E., stone mason, 31 McLellan 

Geo. W., shoe maker, 3 Union, Highland rd, R. D. 4 

Henry K., carpenter, 13 School 

Hiram B., contractor, 34 Gushing 

Josiah M., janitor, Col. Bid, 72 Harps 

Mary J., Mrs., 32 Gushing 
Gobbett, Clement M., painter, 15 McKeen 

Mary L., stenog, 15 McKeen 

Wm. M., retired, 13 Noble 
Coburn, Edw. E., far, Riv rd, R. D. 4 
Cochrane, Ethel I\I., Miss, 41 Cumberland 

Helen S., ]\Iiss, 41 Cumberland 

Rev. J. E. R., Baptist Clergyman, 41 Cuml)erland 
Cody, John T., plumber, 14 Franklin 
Coffin, Albert H., shoe sh op, bds 5 Coffin 

Alice, Mrs., Avid of James, 28 College 

Alma C, 28 College 

Annie, Mrs., 264 Maine 

Bernice, Miss, bds 7 Coffin 

Glias. D., painter and far, Dyer's Cor 

Emory A., fish dealer, 9 Coffin 

Fred M., Spring Water Ice Co., Harps rd R. D. 3 

Geo., gen work, 7 Coffin ^ 

Harry B., drives coal team, bds 5 Coffin 

Ilattie, Mrs., 5 Coffin 

Jesse G., shoe shop opr, 11 Coffin 



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Coffin, John F., forester & seed collector, 11 Coffin 

John T., 28 College 

Lena M., Miss, Middle Bay rd, R. D. 3. 

Levon W., 28 College 

Mollie F., Miss, 5 Coffin 

Simeon E., (Spring Wat. Ice Co.) Harps rd, R. D. 3 

Simeon C. (Spring Water Ice Co.), Harpswell rd, R. D. 3 

Wm., fish dlr, bus. 71 Maine, res 90 Harps rd, R. D. 3 

Wm. H., far, Middle Bay rd, R. D. 3 
Coggshall, Chas., mgr Baxter Pap. Box Co., rms 12 Pleasant 
Colbath, Frank, emp Cabot Mill, Pleasant 
Colby, Dorcas A., Mrs., 45 McLellan 

Ernest 0., book kpr M. C. R. R., 18 Bosvker 

Lincoln H., dept sher, chief of police, off, Town Bldg, h, 38 
College 

Reuben, mill opr, 18 Bowker 

Walter J., meat cutter, emp F. C. Webb & Co., Bruns rd, 
R. D. 3 

Samuel W., lal)orer, bds 52 McLellan 
Cole, Harry J., M. C. R. R., Coud., 3 Summer 
Coleman, Chas. J., laborer, off Bruns rd, R. D. 3 
Collins, Arthur, laborer, 63 Water 

Edward, E., laborer, G't Is. rd, R. D. 1 

Ernest, lineman, 29 Water 

Harry L., laborer, bds 27 Water 

Lewis W., carpenter, 25 Water 

Winfield E., laborer, 27 Water 
Conant, John J., Avks New Meadows Inn, R. D., 3 

See Dunning Bros. 
Condon, Jane S., Mrs., wid of Wm. C, Harps 

Raymond, emp Dunning Bros., h, 65 Jordan ave 

Wm. II., emp Baxter Bros. Co., h, 65 Jordan ave 
Cone, Jolm A., Supt. of Schs, Topsham & Bruns, off Town bldg, 

h. Green St., Topsham 
Coney, Chas. H., machinist, 12 Middle 
Connor, Georgiana, Mrs., wid of Stephen H., 38 Mill 

James, emp Cabot INIill, bds 38 I\Iill 
Cook, Edw. P., postal cl'k, 2 Raymond rd, R. D. 4 
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Cook, Hariy AV., emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 20 High 
COOK, JAMES A., Editor Brims. Record, 9 Jordan ave 
Cooleii, Hattie II., book kpr, Cabot mill, 13 Mason 
Coombs, Baldwin, enip Cal)ot IMill, bds 19 Mason 

Blanch P., 7 High 

Cordelia S., Mrs., wid of H. R., 12 Lincoln 

Mary S., teacher, 12 Lincoln 

Emily, H., Mrs., wid of C. T., 27 Pleasant 

Frank, emp Cabot Mill, bds 19 Mason 

Geo., far, Durham rd, R. D. 4 

Helen, Mrs., wid Corydon, Durham rd, R. D. 4 

Judith A., Mrs., wid of W. H., 7 High 

S. W., cabinet and wood work, 18 Potter 

Thos. H., far, Durham rd, R. D. 4 
Copeland, Manton, asst prof of Biology, Bowd. Col., 24 College 
Copp, Chas. H., painter and pap. hgr, 319 Maine 

James R., emp M. C. R. R., bds 23 Stetson 
Corey, Orlando A., book kpr emp Knight & Stanwood, 7 Franklin 

Rol)ert S., machinist, 39 Cumberland 
Cornish, Sadie, Mrs., wid of Elbridge 
Cormier, Agnes, Mrs., wid of Joseph H., 12 ]\Iill 

Aime, emp Pap. Mill, 1 Mill 

Ilonore, emp Pap. Mill, 12 Mill 
Costakis, Aspasia, emp Cabot Mill, bds 31 Maine 

Evangelos, prop Groceries & Lunch Room, 31 Maine 
Costas, Nicklis, emp Cabot Mill, bds 31 Maine 
Costopoulos, Spiros, emp Cabot Mill, bds 31 Maine, rms 11 Elm 
Cote, Hermine, emp Cabot Mill, bds 58 Mill 

Joseph, emp Cabot mill, res 58 ]\Iill 

Marguerite, emp Cabot Mfg Co., bds 59 Union 

Telesphore, emp Cabot Mfg Co., res 59 Union 
Couloml)e, Antoinette, emp Cabot Mill, 15 Duulap 

Elise, dressmaker, 33 High, bds 33 High 

Elisiane, Mrs., emp Cabot Mill, 14 Mill 

Genevieve, Mrs., wid of Noel, 24 Oak 

Hermenegilde, barber, 49 Maine, res 65 Union 

Israel, retired, 33 High 

Joseph, emp. Cabot IMill, 68 Mill 




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Coulombe. Josephine, emp Cabot ]\Iill, hds 33 High 

Onesiphore, baker, 14 Mill 

Phelanise, emp Cabot Mill, bds 29 Maine 

Uder, laborer, 13 Cabot 

Ulrie, emp Cabot Mill, 14 S^vett 
Couillard, Amanda, emp. Cabot IMill, bds 25 Oak 

Eugene, laborer, bds 13 Oak 

Louis, emp ]\I. C. R. R., 27 Maine 

Lusse, emp Cabot Mill, bds 25 Oak 

Napoleon, mason tender, M. C. R. R., bds 9 Oak 

James, emp M. C. R. R., 25 McKeen 

John, gen work, bds 25 McKeen 

David, sec. hand, bds 25 McKeen 
Courson, Chas. H., painter, 66 Jordan ave 

Clarissa, wid Natli., 58 Jordan ave 

Elmore N., retired, 58 Jordan ave 

Elbridge, painter, 67 Jordan ave 

Fannie, Mrs., 15 Bowker 

Orlando C, painter. & pap. hgr. 56 Jordan ave 

Wm. R., U. S. Navy, Charlestown, Mass. 
Courtemanche, George, barber, 11 Oilman ave 
Cousins, S. A. Mrs., wid of P. C, bds 37 Cumb 
Cox, Charlotte L., Mrs., wid of Sewell, Lisbon Falls, R. D. 2. 
Cox, Geo. H., farmer, Freeport R. D. 3, Durham rd 

Gilbert G., mason, 17 Franklin 

Harriett, teacher, Freeport R. D. 3 

Jennie D., teacher, Freeport R. D. 3 
Cram, Gardner, retired, 83 Federal 

]\rarshall P., Asst. Prof. Chemistry, Bowd. Coll., 83 Federal 
Crawford, Ernest L., book kpr., Pejeps Pap. Co., h, 1431/^ Maine 

Grace, elk First National Bank, bds 172 Maine 

James W., Civ. Eng., 172 Maine 
CRAWFORD'S STABLE, S. F. Pennell, prop, trucking, 

boarding and livery stable, rear 1431/2 Maine See p 4 
Crimmins, John, section foreman, 70 Spring 
Cripps, George H., laborer, 45 Water 

Henry M., laborer, 9 South 

Hiram, farmer, Casco rd, R. D. 4 

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and meats. We give you polite attention and all orders filled 
promptly, reasonably priced, reliable goods. 
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Cripps, John H., farmer, Casco rd, R. D. 4 

Woodbury D., mason, 85 Pleasant 
Crocker, George M., car & bridge Insp. M. C. R. R., 8 Harps PL 

Arthur, emp Bath Iron W 'ks, 7 Everett 
Crockett, Wm. H., mgr Pine Spring Water Co., 7 Everett 
Croker, Sylvia J., emp Pejeps Pap. Co., 13 Mason 
Crooker, Melville C, retired, Prince's Pt rd 
Grossman, Andrew J., merchant, 33 Elm 
Crosman, Ira, far & milk dlr. Pleasant 

Wm. S., far, Riv. rd, R. D. 4 

Nellie G., Miss, Riv. rd, R. D. 4 
Cudworth, Rev. Elliott S., far & jDreacher, Pleasant 
Cummings, Arthur. M., promoter, 27 Federal 
Cumston, Dr., Chas. H., physician, off. 1 Cumb, h, 71 Federal 
Currey, Thos., M. C. R. R. gate keeper, 23 Middle 
Curtis Memorial Library, Miss Mary G. Gilman librarian. Pleas- 
ant 
Curtis, Allie A., Miss, bds 7 Union 

A. J., mill man, 70 Union 

Chas. P., h, 24 School 

Emily, Miss, teacher of Oratory, 12 Cumberland 

Harold, laborer, Greenwood rd 

James W., D. M. D., dentist, over P. 0., h, 3 Lincoln 

Jane H., wid of Peleg, 32 Federal 

Sarah, Mrs., wid of I. S., bds 88 Pleasant 

Miss Winifred, tel opr, bds 28 School 
Gushing, Peter L., far, 13 Middle Bay rd, R. D. 3 

Dajenais, Walter, shoe maker, Maine, h, 17 Dunlap 
Dall, Henry, laborer, bds 8 Gilman ave 

James, town farm, 44 Water 

Jennie, Miss, emp Caliot Mill, bds 8 Gilman ave 
Dallaire, Hypolite, emp M. C. R. R., 12 Bow 
Danforth, Isaac H., retired, 30 School 
Daniel, Charles, emp Cabot Mill, 46 Mill 
Dareche, Pierre, emp Electric rd, 37 Water 
Darling, Herbert A., Western Union lineman, 100 Pleasant 
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Davis, J. E. Co., wall papers, dry goods & furnishings, 62 Maine 

Joseph E., J. E. Davis Co., h, 32 Cumberland 

Sarah A., Miss, boarding house, 9 Everett 

Sylvia M., Miss, 9 Everett 

Wealthy M., Mrs., wid Albert C, Davis St. 

Wm. D., far, R. D. 3 

Wm. H., team, 9 G't Is. rd 
Day, Carl M., Asst. P. M., bds 6 High 

EUery C, mgr Day's shoe store, 9 Federal 

Alonzo, prop Day 's shoe store, boots & shoes, rubbers and re- 
pairing, 96 Maine, h, 6 High, Pres. Bruns. Sav. Inst. 

Henry K., meat cutter, 51 Pleasant 
Decorin, Jos. S., farmer, Mere Pt. rd, R. D. 3 
Dehetre John, farmer Woodside rd, R. D. 3 
Demers, Francois, emp Cabot ]\Iill, 8 Federal & 17 Diuilap 

Henry, dlr in "Wood & Lumber, 29 Cushing 

Honora, 29 Cushing 

Marianne, emp Tel. Exch., 29 Cushing 

Wilfred J., dlr in Hides & Wool, 1 Union, h, 71 Cumb 
Dennett, Mary J., Mrs., wid James M., 141 Maine 
Dennison, S. J., Miss, 185 Maine 
Denoville, Leandre, emp M. C. R. R., 16 Cushing 

Ulderic, emp Cabot Mill, bds 3 Cabot 
Derocher, Willie, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 10 Mill 

Elyeard, emp Cabot ]\Iill, 3 Union 
Desbien, Adelaide, emp The Baxter Box Co., bds 15 Dunlap 

Joseph, wood chopper, 23 Maine 
Desehaine, Alex, brakeman M. C. R. R., 26 Bow 

Flore, Mrs., wid of Theophile, 43 Mill 

Jos., emp Pejeps. Pap. mill, 52 Mill 

Octave, emp Cabot Mill yard, 7 Union 

Octave Jr., emp Pejeps. Pap. mill, 52 IMill 

Ulderic, emp Pejeps. Pap. mill, 52 Llill 

Pierre, emp Cabot Mill, 11 Union exten 
Desjardins, Arzelie, Mrs., wid of Hypolite, 19 Dunning 

Benj., prop New Ivan House, R. D., 3 

Evarius, emp Cabot Mill, 3 Swett 

Fred, barber, cor Maine & Lincoln, h, 22 Bridge, Topsham 



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Desjardins, Telesphore, emp Cabot ]\Iill, 1 Water 

Hormdas, clerk Day's shoe store, R. D. 3 

Pierre G., emp Cabot Mill, 9 Union 

I*ierre H., emp M. C .R. R., 19 Dunning 

Mathilde, emp Caljot Mill, bds 29 Union 
Desclieneaux, Joseph, teamster, 65 Maine 
Desmarais, Chas., far, Highland rd, R. D. 4 

Charles, retired, 8 Gilman ave 

Marguerite, 8 Gilman ave 
Delta Kappa Epsilon Frat. Ho., eor College & Maine 
Delta Upsilon Fraternity Ho., 259 Maine 

DESPEAUX, HUMPHREY E., prop cash market, under L. 
D. Snow & Son, 113 Maine, bds 17 MeKeen. See p 8 

Oren T., trav sales, 17 McKeen 
Dickey, Mary, Mrs., wid of David, 9 Cleveland 
Dickerson, Arthur, carpenter, Maquoit rd, R. D. 3 
Dion, Jean Baptiste, emp Cabot Mill, 44 Mill 

Philias, teamster, 65 Cuml) 

Victorine, emp Cabot Mill, bds 3 Cabot 
Dionne, Emile, emp Cabot Mill, bds 54 Mill 

Ernest Jr., emp Cabot Mill, bds 54 Mill 

Josephine, Mrs., wid of H., 18 Bow 
Direct Importers' Co., dlrs in teas, coffees, table suppl's, 76 Maine 

Mgr, F. A. Carleton lives Bath 
Doughty, Chas. E., 

Ernest E., tel. lineman, 12 High 

Mary, Mrs., wid of Harvey, 12 High 

Maebelle B., Miss, N. E. T. & T. Co., opr., bds 12 High 
Dougherty, John A., emp Freight ho., 25 Page 

Kate, Mrs., wid John, 25 Page 

Mary C, Miss, 25 Page 
Dolan, Elizabeth, Mrs., wid James, 15 Page 

Elizabeth Miss, mus. teacher and organist, 15 Page 

Frank, emp. M. C .R. R., 22 Potter 

Jos. P., bag. master, M. C. R. R., 15 Page 

Margaret, Miss, 55 Harps 

Thos. E., emp M. C. R. R., 22 Potter 
Dolville, Philip, emp M. C. R. R., 9 Weymouth 



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DONNELL, WILLIS B., Village R. E. & Farms, 136 Maine, 

h, 8 Pleasant, See p 5. 
Doolittle, Helen M., Mrs., Jordan ave, R. D. 3 
Doublass, Arthur, laborer, bds 23 Water 

Clias. L., far. Hacker rd, R. D, 4 

David J., far, Freeport R. D. 3, Durham rd 

Isabella R. Mrs., wid of S. T., 10 McLellan 

Jos. H., Lunt rd, Freeport R .D. 3 

Mae, Miss, book kpr, Baxter Bros box shop, bds 12 Stetson 

Nathan, Freeport, R. D. 3. 

Pauline J., Miss, 12 Federal 
Dow, Wm. E., mgr. Fitzgerald Bros., 191 Maine, h, McLellan 
Doyle, Jack, carpenter. Mere Pt. rd, R. D. 3 
Drapeau, Alphonsene, Miss, millinery, dry goods, ladies' fur- 
nishings, 92 Elaine, h, 6 Dunning 

Arthemise, Mrs., wid of Francois, 6 Dunning 

Frank, dlr boots & shoes, 56 Maine h 10 Mason 
DRAPEAU, GEORGE, druggist, 60 Maine, h, 19 High 

THE FAMILY DRUG STORE 
GEORGE DRAPEAU 

PHARMACIST 
60 MAINE STREET, BRUNSWICK, MAINE 



Drapeau, Joseph, emp M. C. R. R., 31 Noble 

Zephryre, livery stable, 64 Mill, h, 12 Gushing 
Drew Geo. F., civ. eng., 9 High 

Lawrence E., Col. Stud., bds 9 High 

Lydia A., Miss, 13 Federal 
Drinkwater, Affie M., Mon. Or. & Reg. Clk P. 0., bds 10 Noble 
Drury, Martha, Miss, nurse. Pleas 
Dube, Abel, emp Cabot ]\Iill, 27 Maine 

Charles, emp Cabot Mill, 9 Cabot 

Joseph, laborer, 28 Cushing 

TJlric, emp Hyde Windlass Co., Bath, 19 Gilman 

Zephirin, emp M. C. R. R., 5 Swett 
Ducharme, Napoleon, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 25 Maine 
Dufresne, Alexis, blacksmith. Topsham, 27 Stone 

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Dnfresne, Alfred, laborer, 27 Stone 

Harry, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 19 Stone 
Joseph Jr., emp Pejeps Pap. Co., 11 Stone 

Marie, Mrs., wid of Joseph, 27 Stone 
Dugal, Oride, emp Cabot Mill, bds 19 Mason 
Dumais, Azeline, dressmaker, 24 Oak 

Leonie, emp Cal)ot Mill, 24 Oak 

Marie Louise, clerk, 24 Oak 

Octave, blacksmith, 24 Oak 

Rosanna, 24 Oak 

Rose, elk, 24 Oak 

Joachin, blacksmith, 67 Union 
Dunham, Elwin, elk at N. McFadden's, 50 Harpswell 
Dunlap, Edna A., emp Baxter Pap. Box Co., 19 Federal 

Elroy E., emp B. & A., R. R., 19 Federal 

H. M., emp M. C. R. R., 19 Federal 
Dmming, Albion, retired, 102 Union 

Alfred S., (Dunning Bros.) bds 24 Federal 

Alice M., Miss, book kpr, 7 Oilman ave 

Alice S., Prin. Center St. Primary Sch, bds 30 Cumb 

Arthur, gen work. Harps rd, R. D. 2 
Dunning Bros., (Henry B. & Alfred S. Dunning) hack, livery 
and boarding stable, 127 Maine 

Chas. J., mail carrier, rms 12 Everett 

Clara, Mrs., wid of 0., Harps rd, R. D. 2 

Eda Miss, Harps rd, R. D. 2 

Elizabeth M., Miss, 102 Union 

Geo. A., Agt. Am. Exp. Co., h, 10 Pleasant 

Henry B., (Dimuing Bros.) h, 24 Federal 

Horace E., house carpenter, 21 Gr't. Is. rd 

Lucy, Miss, mill op'r, bds 14l^ Pleasant 

Marcia E., Mrs., wid of John A., 7 Oilman ave 

Robert A., carpenter, 261 Maine 
Durand, Louise, Mrs., emp Cabot Mill, 16 Dunlap 
Durgin, Bridget, Mrs., wid of M., 20 Page 

Harriet A., Mrs., wid of A. A., 13 Stanwood 

Joseph teamster, h, 20 Page 

Michael, mail ag't, bds 20 Page 



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CIVEN'S Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco 

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34 BRUNSWICK DIRECTORY 

Durgin, William, Teleg. Opr., Page 
Durocher, Ilenrie, shoe rej^airer, rms 28 Maine 

Lucippe, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 28 Maine 
Dustout, Paul, laborer, 114 Mill 
Dwelley, Bert L., mail carrier, Hacker rd, R. D. 4 

Calvin Freeport R. D. 2 
Dyer, Clara A., Mrs., Dyer's cor, R. D. 2 

Austin W., carp & groceries. Dyer's cor, R. D. 2 

Eagle Cafe, Louis Theberge, prop, 39 Maine 
Eagle Hotel, F. J. Harrigan, prop, rear M. C. R. R. Station 
Earle, William, laborer, res 17 Bow 

Eastman Co., The, (Baxter Bros.) mfgr canned goods, cor Maine 
and Dunlap 

Jas., farmer, R. D. 4 

Edward, farmer, R. D. 4 
Eaton, Abbie M., Miss, bds 92 Pleasant 

Alice H., Miss, bds 92 Pleas 

Frank, 184 Maine 
EATON HARDWARE CO., (C. 0. Eaton, pres. & treas) 
hardware, heating, plumbing, crockery, paints & oils, 
94 Maine 
EATON CHAS. O., Pres & treas Eaton Hardware Co., h, 32 
School 

Charles H., barber, 162 Maine, h, 31 Elm 
EATON, EDGAR A., bk kpr Eaton Hardware Co., h 10 Green 

Geo. A., overseer Cabot Mill, 14i/> Pleasant 

Helen L., Miss, bds 17 Federal 
EATON, RAY P., Real Est. & Fire Ins., 146 Maine, h, 92 Pleas 
See p 6. 

Russell W., agent Cabot mfg Co., 17 Federal 
Edwards, Rev. Frederick, 5 McLellan 

John W., carpenter, 266 Maine 

Ethel M., teacher, 266 Maine 

Wm. B., pub carriage, 309 Maine 
Elder, Alice H., Mrs., wid of J. R., boarding ho, 15 Jordan ave 

Ethel M., Miss, stenographer, Bath, bds 15 Jordan ave 

Isaiah G., M .C. R. R., freight agent, 82 Federal 

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Elite Bowling Alley, J. B. Girard, prop, 26 Maine 

ELLIOTT, DR. GILBERT M., M. D., physician, off. 101 

Maine, over Am. Exp. Off., tel. 51-2, res. 153 

Maine, cor. Pleasant, tel. 51-3 

Sarah, Mrs., wicl of Daniel, 32 Oumb 
El well, Arthur, farmer, McKeen rd 

Clias. S., farmer. Ward rd 

Frank J., laborer, 8 Green 

J. 0., farmer, 42 McKeen rd 

S. C, farmer, Maquoit rd, R. D. 3 
Emery, Ada W., Mrs., wid of I. S., bds 106 Maine 
Emmons, Dimon, laborer, 21 Maple 

Harry E., trav. sales. & real estate, 25 Federal 
Emmons Co., The H. E., (Omer D. Tondreau Pres. & Mgr.) gro- 
ceries, fruit, etc., 87 Maine 
Emond, Josephine, emp Cabot IMill, bds 9 Stone 

Mathilde, Mrs., res 9 Stone 

Thomas, town farm, 44 Water 
Erswell, Qhas. S., Bond salesman, 13 Everett 
Estabrook, H. M. Miss, 21 McKeen 
Esterbrook, Edw. E., G't. Is. rd, farmer, R. D. 1 

James, farmer, Raymond rd, R. D. 4 
Evans, Robert J., emp M. C. R. R., 27 McKeen 

Chas. M., emp M. C. R. R., 103 Union 

Fairchild, Henry P., Professor Economies and Sociology, Bowd. 

Col., 183 Maine 
Fairfield Lawn Swing Co., laAMi swings, chairs, settees, reels and 

wood specialties, (W. D. Hatch, treas; office, 98 Maine), 

off Spring 
Fall, Wm. A., elk Bath, rms 156 Maine 
Farreau, Amedee, emp Cabot Mill, 12 Bow 
Farrin, Rebecca L., w^id of W. T., 51 Pleasant 

David H., carriage repairer, 9 Merriconeag rd R. D. 3 
Farwell, Chas., lal)orer, 24 Bowker 
FASHION, THE, Millinery, Clare M. Parent, prop, 95 Maine, 

h, 17 Gilman ave. See p 7. 
Faunce, Irvin, teamster, 28 IMcLellan 




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Feather, Harry D., designer, 20 Federal 
Ferrin, Almond, gen work, rnis 9 Franklin 
Favreau, Antonio, emp Cabot Mfg. Co., bds 75 Union 
Fickett, Chas. E., farmer, 19 Jordan ave 

John, laborer, 310 Maine 
FIELD, T. ALBERT, watchmaker & jeweler, talking 
machines, sewing machines, 1411/2 Maine, res 
Pleasant 

Peter L., retired. Pleas 
Fields, Wm., ship fitter in Bath, Bridge rd, R. D. 3 

Grace, Miss, emp Baxter Pap. Box Co., rms Bank 
Files, George T., Professor of Germanic Languages, Bowd. Col., 

238 Maine 
Fine, J. D., groceries, 57 Maine, h, 11 Mason 
Fish, Chas., retired, 272 Maine 

Mary L., Miss, teacher, 272 Maine 
Fisk, James H., pay master, Pejeps. Pap. Mill, 1 Boody 
Fisher, James W., cashier Un. Nat'l B'k, h, 14 Page 
Fitz, Katie Miss, Woodside rd 

Edward, farmer, Woodside rd, R. D. 3 
Fitzgerald Bros., (J. E. & P. H. Fitzgerald, furniture, W. E. Dow 

mgr.) 191 Maine 
Flarhety, John, car Insp. ]\I. C. R. R., bds Bowd. Hotel 
Fletcher, Alonzo H., gardener, Hardings, R. D. 3 
Forsaith, Marian B., Mrs., wid E. B., 106 Maine 

Samuel L., Town Treas., Cashier Fr. National Bank, rms 
106 Maine 

Isabel S., music teacher, rms 106 Maine 
Fortier, Amanda L., clerk 91 Maine, bds 14 Center 
Fortin, Alice, Mrs., emp Cabot Mill, bds 6 Gilman ave 

Alfred, laborer, 13 Dunning 

Auguste L., emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., bds 12 Cushing 

Auguste Jr., emp Cabot ]\Iill, 50 ]\Till, Pres. St. Jean Baptiste 
Band 

Charles, emp Cabot Mill, 14 Mason 

Delvida, laborer, 5 Dunning 

Florian, chemist Pine Sp. Wat. Co., 12 Gilman ave 

Jean Baptiste, emp Cabot Mill, bds 19 Mason 

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Fortiii, Jennie, Mrs., enip Cahot Mill, 5 Dunning 

Joseph, clerk, 26 Oak 

Joseph F., emp Robert's shoe store, bds 26 Oak 

Joseph, emp Cabot Mill, 6 Gilman ave 

Joseph Jr., emp Cabot Mill, 77 Mill 

Joseph A., laborer, 13 Dunning 

Joseph B., emp M. C. R. R., 14 Swett 

John A., night police, also lunch room, 26 Oak 

Johnny, emp Cabot Mill, 77 Mill 

J. E., farmer, groceries & feed, Hardings, R. D. 3 

Leon, clerk, bds 26 Oak 

Marianne, Miss, emp Baxter Pap. Box Co., 77 Mill 

Octave, emp Cabot IMill, 12 Gilman ave 

Osithe, Mrs., wid Pierre, 27 Maine 

Philias, laborer, 25 Maine 

Romnald, emp Cabot Mill, 12 Gushing 

Romnald, emp Cabot Mill, 77 Mill 

Theodore, emp Cabot Mill, bds 6 Gilman ave 
Foss, Dr. C. W. P., M. D., 11 Cumb off do. 
Fossett, E^red E., Riv. rd, R. D. 4 
Foster, Frederic T., trav. sales., 34 Federal 

H. W., carpenter and antique cabinet w'k, 8 McLellan 

Isabell L., Mrs., wid of R. H., 34 Federal 

Susan, Mrs., wid of E. J., house keeper, 8 McLellan 

Sarah J., Mrs., wid of W. H., 72 Federal 

William T., Prof. English and Argumentation, Bowd. Col., 
72 Federal 
Fournier, Abraham, teamster, 32 Maine 

Adescor, book kpr, 32 Maine 

Aglee, Mrs., wid of Didier, h, 9 Union 

Alphonse, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., res 6 Mill 

Emma, 19 Mason 

Eugenie, 19 Mason 

J. Z., boarding house, 19 Mason 

Marianna, millinery, 32 Maine 

Odias, emp Cabot Mill, res 13 Maine 

Pierre N., retired, 27 Maine 

Victoria, Mrs., 19 Mason 



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B. B. B. Pipes. 74 Maine Street. Phone 52-R 
38 BRUNSWICK DIRECTORY 

Fowler, Geo. F., farmer, Freeport, R. D, 3 

Thos., foreman M. C. R. R. signal service, 25 Page 
Frederick, Florence, domestic, R. D. 4 

Herman, farmer, Durham rd, R. D. 4 
Freeman, Harold E., farmer & milk dlr, P. O. Bath 

Wm. E., farmer & milk dlr, P. 0. Bath 

Charles, laborer 
Freidank, Henry C, farmer, Alexander rd, R. D. 4 
French, Annie S., Mrs., wid of John H., 24 Cedar 

Samuel W., carpenter, G't Is. rd, R. D. 1. 
Frost, Alton S., dlr in grain, etc., 54 Cumb ; res, 6 Dunning 

Wm. G., (Frost & Smith) h, 3 Dunning 
Frost & Smith, (W^ J. Frost & J. AY. Smith) bakery, confection- 
ery etc., 116 Maine 
Fuller, Alfred A., laborer, 31 Jordan ave 

Frank S., laborer, 63 Jordan ave 

Geo. W., clerk, 77 Union 

Jos., retired, 62 Jordan ave 

Charlotte E., Mrs., wid of B., 77 Union 

Victor, sawyer, rms Bowd. Hotel 
FURBISH, BEN J. L., Dlr hardware, windows, doors, shingles, 
steam and hot water heating, 58 INIaine, h, 76 Pleasant 
See p 8. 
Furbish, Alice, Miss, 10 Cumb 

Kate, Miss, Botanist, 15 Lincoln 

M. L., Mrs., wid of John, 10 Cumb 

Samuel B., Asst. Treas. Bowd. Col., 28 School 

Gagne, Delphine, Mrs., wid of Thos, emp Cabot Mill, bds 12 Mill 
Emma, Mrs., wid of Auguste, emp Cabot IMill, 25 Mill 
Napoleon, laborer, Maine 
Willie, emp M. C. R. R., bds 8 Gilman ave 

Gagnon, Alfred, emp cook, M. C. R. R., l)ds 9 Cal)ot 
Joseph, emp L. A. W. Ry., 20 Oak 
Leopoldine, INIrs., emp Cabot IMill, res 20 Oak 
]\Iarie, Mrs., bds 8 Gilman ave 

Galian, Wm. L., mail carrier, 45 Cumberland 

Gallant, Henry, emp Pejeps Pap. Mill, 11 Mill 



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Gallaway, A. J., farmer, Maqiioit rd, R. D. 3 

Andrew E., laborer, Woodside rd, R. D. 3 
Ganiach, Adelard, laborer, 7 Union 
Gamache, Alphonse, emp Cabot Mill, 46 Mill 

Alphonse, Mrs., emp Cabot Mill, 46 Mill 

Amedee, laborer, Mere Pt. rd, R. D. 3 

Appoline, Mrs., wid of F., R. D. 4 

Baptiste, emp Cabot Mill, 28 Mill 

Blaise, retired, 11 Union 

Blaise Jr., laborer, 14 Oak 

Edmond, emp Cabot Mill, 13 Swett 

John, laborer, 7 Union 

Johnny, emp Cabot Mill, 11 Union 

Joseph S., emp M. C. R. R., 59 Cumberland 

George, laborer, 7 Union 

Lucia, emp Baxter Pa]). Box Co., 7 Union 

Melida, Miss, emp Baxter Pap. Box Co., 7 Union 

Marie Louise, Miss, 7 Union 

Oct&ve, laborer, 7 Union 

Thos., emp M. C. R. R., 7 Union 
Garrison, Wm. L., farmer. Bridge rd, R. D. 3 

Samuel, paper hanger, Bath rd 
Gastonguay, Octave, far, Raymond rd, R. D. 4 
Gatchell, A. C, mfg. lumber, Merriconeag rd, R. D. 3 

Chas T., lal)orer, Maquoit rd, R. D. 3 

John, carpenter & farmer, Merriconeag rd, R. D. 3 

Syretha, J., R. D. 3 

AVinfield S., car inspector, 64 Water 
Gaudreau, Eugenie, Miss, emp Cabot Mill, bds 9 Gushing 

George, wood chopper, res 21 Maine 

Georgiana, Miss, emp Cabot ]\Iill, bds 9 Gushing 

Hector, groceries & provisions, 66 Mill 

Henry 0., carpenter, 5 Spring 

L., Mrs., emp Cabot Mill, bds 20 Bow 

Narcisse, retired, 9 Gushing 

Narcisse Jr., emp Cabot ]\Iill, 9 Gushing 
George, Ernest W., driver grocery team, 25 Gushing 
Getchell, Emery T., Justice of Peace. Pension Agent, 5 Bath 




Qiven^s Candy Kitchen 

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Getchell Gertrude B., 5 Bath 

Grace T., Miss, 5 Bath 
Giasonitis, Geigorios, emp Cabot Mill, bds 31 Maine 
Gilbert, Elizabeth, IMrs. R. D. 3 
Gilchrist, Benj., laborer, R. D. 3 
Gilman, Chas. A., dlr spring water, 14 Union 

David D., accountant, 14 Union 

Elizabeth G., 14 Union 

Enoch, retired, Harps rd, R. D. 2 

Jos, H., public carriage, 33 McLellan 

Mary D., lib. Curtis Memo. Library, 14 Union 

Margaret, ]\Iiss, 55 Harps 
Gill, Helen S., Miss, Prince's Point 

Richard, designer & farmer. Prince's Pt. rd 
Girard, Johnny B., prop Elite Bowling Alley, 24 Maine 
Given, Evie M., Miss, milliner, bds 4 Union 

Frank C, clerk J. F. Will Co., bds 4 Cleaveland 
GIVEN, HARVEY J., chairman of board of selectmen, con- 
fectionery store, 74 Maine, h, 27i/^ Federal 

Robert A., paper hanger, Bunganuc rd, R. D. 4 

Wm. H., upholsterer, 4 Cleaveland 
Glidden, Annie, Miss, wks Dr. Elliott's, 132 Maine 
Godbout Adolphe, laborer, painter and carpenter, 3^/^ Dunning 
Goddard, Fred C, carpenter, 74 Union 

Chas. E., far, Pennell rd R. D. 3 

Anna, Lunt rd 

Henry, Lunt rd 
Gold, Philip, peddler, 33 Water 
Goodenow, Albion, laborer, Maquoit rd, R. D. 3 

Samuel E., emp J. F. Chancy Coal Co., 27 Jordan ave 

Stephen, teamster, 3 G't. Is. rd 
Goodrich, Jos. E., teacher, Freeport R. D. 3 

Philip R., baker, 180 Maine 
Goodwin, Wm. C, Freight Ag't, Bath, 9 Pine 
Gordon, Wm. E., furniture, upholsterer & undertaker, 34 Maine; 

h, 135 Maine 
Gosselin, Rose Alma, emp Cabot Mill, bds 25 Oak 
Goud, Hiram, laborer, 13 Franklin 

stop at our store and let us take the order for your groceries 
and meats. We give you polite attention and all orders filled 
promptly, reasonably priced, reliable goods. 
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Gould, Frank E., carpenter Cal)ot ]\Iill, 8 Stan wood 

Wallace 0., prop. "The Pastime," theatre, cor Cumb & 
aiaine, ho. 5 Middle 
Gowen, Lloyd, clerk Eagle Hotel 
Gralfani, Eben L., overseer Cabot Mill, 85 Pleasant 

L. L., Mrs., wid of E., wks 10 School 
Grandniaison, Louisa Mrs., bds 57 Union 

Joseph, emp Cabot Mfg. Co., bds 57 Union 
Grant, Abbie J., 7 Church rd 

Graves, Edwin A., Harness nifg & dlr, 59 Maine, h, 42 Federal 
Gray, Mabel L., Woodside rd 

Green Trading Stamp Co., Maud Pierce, INIgr., 63 iNIaine 
Greene, William E., emp Cabot ]\Iill, bds 19 Mason 
Greuier, Mme. S., dressmaker, 89 Maine, h, same 
Griffin, Geo. C, far, Brackett rd, R. D. 4 

Harry L., far, 36 Federal 

John W., retired, 36 Federal 

Wm. H., livery stable, 11 School 
Giori, Alfri^lo, clerk, Ken. Ft. Co., 142 Maine 
Groux, Louis, weaver Cabot ]\Iill, 1 Federal 
Grover, Chas. M., laborer, Bath rd, R. D. 3 

Chas. R., carpenter, Storer rd, R. D. 3 
Groves, Forest A., laborer, Maquoit rd 

All)ert T., fanner, New I\Ieadows rd, R. D. 3 

Arthur M., painter. Bridge rd, R. T). 3 

B. F., farmer. New Meadows rd, R. D. 3 

Chas. W., farmer. Bridge rd, R. D. 3 

Geo. F., painter. Bridge rd, R. D. 3 

Herbert W., laborer, Bridge rd, R. D. 3 

Jos. L., farmer, Bath rd, R. D. 3 

Rufus R., retired, Bath rd, R. D. 3 
Grueger, August, farmer, Woodside rcl, R. D. 3 
Guerette, Baptiste, emp Cabot Mill, 37 High 

Desire, laborer, 36 Mill 

Joseph, emp cook M. C. R. R., bds 43 Mill 

Joseph E., emp carpenter shop M. C. R. R., l)ds 73 Mill 
Guertin, Francois, emp Cabot Mill, bds 41 IMill 

Napoleon, emp Cal)ot Mill, bds 4 Mill 




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Guertin. Sophia, Mrs., wid of Eloi, 41 Mill 
Guilmet, Joseph, emp Cabot Mill, bds 19 Mason 
Glimmer, Susan D., Miss, Bunganiic rd, R. D. 4 

Hacker, Chas. E., contractor, 7 Jordan ave 

Isaac, farmer. River rd, R. D. 4 

Sawyer E., farmer, No. 7 River rd 
Hackett, Chas., photographer, 76 ]\Iaine, h, 14 Federal 

Linda A., Miss., stenog., bds 41 Bridge, Topsham 

George E., restaurant and pool room, 77 JMaine h, 14 Federal 

Ada A., Mrs., 10 Church rd, R. D. 4 
Haines, Adelbert A., laborer, 21 Maple 
Hale, Augustus, book kpr., 26 Bowker 
Haley, J. Frank, pastor Meth. Epis. ch., 6 Pleasant 

Harry L., emp M. C. freight off., 21 High 
Hall, Fred E., prop Morton Bon Bon Co., 119 Maine, h, 38 Cmnb 

Neal R., emp ]\I. C. R. R., 15 Bath 
Ham, Roscoe J., professor of German, Bowd. Col., 3 Bath 

Wm. L., painter and paper hanger, 3 Bowker 
Hamilton, Katherine F., book kpr.. Pleasant 
Hamm, Emma F., Mrs., 316 Maine 

Edw. J., painter, 7 Summer 
Hamlin, Frank H., mfg extracts & woodwork, 12 Bank 

Frank D., engineer ]\I. C. R. R., 5 Pine 

Louise P., Mrs., wid of E. H., 5 Pine 

Royal E., candymaker, H. J. Given, 11 Middle 
Hammond, Harold, mason, 3 Coffin pi 

Edwin A., brick mason, 28 Bowker 

James, brick mason, 17 McLellan 
Ilanley, Percy, emp Cabot IMill, bds 19 IMason 
Hannah, Walter, farmer, Mere Pt. rd, R. D. 3 
Harmon, Frank R., baker, shop 28 Pleasant, h, 62 Union 

Frank B., carpenter, 21 Pleasant 

James W., painter, 13 Maple 

Benj. B., retired. Greenwood rd. 

Fred E., farmer & milk dlr, Greenwood rd, R. D. 4 
Harrigan, Fred J., prop Eagle Hotel, 28 i\Iiddle St., opp M. C. R. 
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Harrigan, John, retired, 106 Union 

Minnie, Miss, clerk J. F. Will Co., bds 106 Union 
Harriman, Clias. I., laborer, 21 Maple 

Llewellyn, laborer, 21 Maple 
Harrington, Agnes, Miss, milliner, bds 11 High 

Ephraim A., farmer R. D. 4 

W. S., plumber B. L. Furbish, 23 Federal 
Harvey, Alexina, Mrs., emp Cabot Mill, 21 Bow 

Delphin, Mrs., wid Jos. 

Hubert, emp Cabot Mill, res 21 Bow 

Louis, brakeman M. C. R. R., 28 Oak 

Louise, 20 Cumberland 

Joseph T., laborer, Mere Ft., rd, R. D. 3 

Thomas, barber, 6 Federal 

William, barber h, 20 Cumlierland 
Hart, Winthroi^, emp Bath Iron Works, 4 Swett 
Hartley, Hans Robert, farmer, River rd, R. D. 4 
Haskell, Alaric W., D. D. S., dentist over P. 0., h, 36 Cumberland 

Belle Q., Miss., book kjjr., 98 Maine, bds 17 Stanwood 

Will, jobbing team, 12 Potter 
Hastings, Hudson B., Asst. Prof. Surveying and Drawing, Bowd. 

Col., 67 Federal 
Hatch, Chas. E., clerk, 1 River St. 

Laura A., Miss, 181 IMaine 

Wallace E., overseer Cabot Mill, h 1 River St. 

Walter D., (Treas. Fairfield Lawn Swing Co.,) off. 98 Maine 
h, 181 Maine 
Heel, Mary, emp Cabot Mill, rms 8 Federal 
Heiskell, Thos. A., trav. sales., 7 Potter 
Helie, Joseph II., prop Bakery, 71 Mill ; h, 25 Oak 

Maxime F., M. C. R. R., car insp, 21 Noble 
Hemsley, Alonzo, farmer. Harps rd 
Heuey, James, ship builder, Bridge rd, R. D. 3 
Hennessey, Ed., emp M. C. R. R., 30 High 

John, laborer, 27 Page 

Mary, Miss., wks in Dr. Curtis dental off., 21 Page 

Thomas F., clerk for G. E. Whitehouse, 21 Page 

Annie E. ]\Iiss, 21 Page 



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Herrick, Frank, fireman box sliop, 8 off Bank 

Harry H., foreman box shop, 20 Jordan ave 
Herrick Richard R., retired, 44 McKeen rd, R. D. 4. 

Warren W., wks Box shop, McKeen rd, R. D. 4 
Herring, C. M., retired Clerg., 37 Cumb 
Heskett, Mary J., Bath rd, R. D. 3 

Robert, emp Stand. Oil Co., 6 Columbia ave 

Samuel, emp M. C. R. R., block signal, 15 Boody 

Wm. C, Avorks ship yard, Bath, R. D. 3 
Hessel, Carl A., photographer, 14 Spring 
Hicks, W. E., laborer, 52 Pine 
Higgins, Abram L., carpenter. Maquoit rd, R. D. 3 

Alfred B., farmer, R. D. 3 

Geo. W., carpenter, Maquoit rd 

Jos. W., eng. M. C. R. R., 8 Cedar 

Lorenzo S., electrical eng., 10 Cumberland 

Ralph T., machinist, Bath Iron Wks, R. D. 3 
Hill, IMary A. ]\Irs., wid of Chas. H., 10 Cleaveland 

Cyrus F., farmer. Mere Pt. rd, R. D. 3 
Hinckley, Myron R., emp Citizen's Laundry, rms Inman Inn 
Hitchcock, Clarence L., clerk C. W. Allen, h, 47 Pleasant 
Hodsdon, Edward, farmer, Maine 
Hodgdon, Lillian A., Miss, housekeeper. Eagle Hotel 

John H., farmer, Mere Pt. rd, R. D. 3 

John L., laborer, Mere Pt. rd, R. D. 3 
Holbrook, Ada P., Mrs., wid of S. L., R. D. 3 

Alma J. Miss, teacher, bds 27 Pleasant 

Irvin W., farmer, R. D. 3 

Sidney W., clerk Am. Exp. Co., 103 Maine, 27 Pleasant 
Holmes, Albert H., lawyer, off. 136 ]\Iaine. 50 Federal 

Eber P., prop Holmes' Star Lunch, 170 I\Iaine, h do. 
Holt, Chas. H., carpenter, 33 School 

Lillian E., Miss, clerk Geo. Stetson's, bds 33 School 

Minnie S., Miss, dress maker bds 33 School 
Hong, C. F., Chinese Laundry, 44 Maine 
Hopkins, Mrs. Julia A., wad of Isaac, 16 Franklin 

]\Ielissa, Miss, 16 Franklin 
Houghton, Cecile, ]Miss, music teacher, 264 ]\Iaine 

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Houghton, Wm. A., retired, 264 Maine 

Houle, Joseph, emp Cabot Mill, bcls 17 Dunlap 

Howard, James A., laborer, Ward rd 

Patrick, retired, Ward rd 
Howe, Johnny, laborer, 13 Stone 

G. Allen, Att 'y-at-law, over First Nat'l Bank, rms 27 Federal 
Howes, Lorenzo D., carpenter, 50 Harpswell 
Hoyt, Fred A., laborer, 61 Jordan ave. 
Hoyt's Express Co., A. F. Varney, agt., 69 Maine 
Huard, Francois, painter, Cabot mill, 5 Union 
Hubbard, Fred F., clerk of J. F. Will Co., rms 278 Maine 

Harry M., clerk, J. F. Will Co., bds 278 Maine 

Otis M., rural mail carrier, 278 Maine 
Hud on, Albert, clerk, bds 3i/^ Dunning 

Alma, Miss, emp Cabot Mill, bds 31/2 Dunning 

Alphonsine, j\Irs., emp Cabot Mill, 3I/2 Dunning 
Hughes, Herbert A., electrician. Pleasant 

Mabel I., chief opr., N. E. T. & T. Co., bds Pleasant 

Sarah, Mrs., wid of Geo. D., h, 27 Federal 
Hulstrow, Wm., laborer, Woodside rd, R. D. 3 
Humphreys, Addie T., Mrs., wid of C. E., 16 School 

Edw. C, emp M. C. R. R., bds 16 School 
Hunt, Abbie N., Mrs., wid of B. S., Woodside rd 

Amy W., Miss, Casco rd 

Frank A., mason, Woodside rd 

Fred W., carriage & sign painter, 89 Union 

Harry F., clerk meat market, 89 Union 

Henry C, farmer, Casco rd 

Horatio, stone cutter, 315 Maine 

M. E., Mrs., wid of Ephraim, 266 Maine 

Mildred L., Miss, Casco rd 
Hunter, Edmund T., laborer, 45 Jordan ave 

Lillian Mrs., wid of F. H., 12 Stetson 
Huntoon, Lowell P., dlr in farming implements and real estate, 

8 Cleaveland 
Hutchins, Chas. C, Prof. Physics, Bowd. Col., 74 Federal 

Everett, druggist, F. H. Wilson, h, 11 Everett 
Hutchinson, Adelbert J., Supt. Pejeps. Pap. Co., 29i/> Federal 

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Hutchinson, II. W., carpenter, JMaquoit rd 
Hyde, Geo. P., student Harvard law school, 85 Federal 
Luey M., Miss, domestic, 9 Bowker 
Wm. De Witt, Pres. Bowd. College, 85 Federal 
Hysler, J. Frank, hlacksmith, wks Bowdoinham, h, 304 Maine 

Inman, Samuel T., prop Inman Inn, 11 Pleasant 
Inman Inn, S. T. Inman, prop, 11 Pleasant 

Jacques, Alfred, lahorer, hds 26 Oak 

Charles, emp Cahot ]\Iill, 26 Oak 
Jalbert, Clara, bds 29 Mill 
Jean, Evelyne, h, 19 Mason 

Edward, laborer, bds 19 IMason 

Joachin, laborer, bds 19 Mason 

J., Mrs., h, 19 Mason 

Leotetia, emp C'abot Mill, bds 19 Mason 
Jenkins, Phylona, Mrs., wid of Samuel, 173 Park Row 
Jewett, Sewall, emp Ship yard, Bath, R. D. 3 
Johnson, Allen, Professor History and Political Science, Bowd. 
Col., 88 Federal 

Bell, Miss, Rossmore rd, R. D. 3 

Benj. M., fish market, Boston, Prince's Pt. rd. 

Dorothy M., Miss, bds 16 High 

Elbridge, A., M. C. R. R.. rd master, 73 Pleasant 

Frank, painter, 5 Columbia ave 

Frank A., shipper, Baxter Pap. Box Co., Pleasant St. 

Frank A., 44 Union 

Fred, carpenter, Maine 

George, emp Bruns. Mfg. Co., h, 16 High 

Helen, Miss, 256 Maine, College Student 

Henry, Rev., Jordan ave 

Henry Jr., Jordan ave 

Henry, Prof. Mod. Languages, Bowd. Coll., 256 Maine 

Henry L., student Me. Med. Sch., bds 44 Union 

Howard W., painter and paper hanger, 6 Stetson 

Jonathan F., finisher antique furniture, 12 Middle 

Joshua, emp Cabot mill, 128 Pleasant 

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Johnson, James A., laborer, Bath rd 

Julia, Mrs., wid of Henry N. 

Mary A., Miss, 7 Grilman ave 

Marshal, Mrs., wid of Marshal, Prince Pt. rd 

Merle II., emp Brims. Mfg. Co., bds 16 High 

Reuben, emp Am. Exp. Co., 1 High 

Susan, Mrs., wid of Dr. E.,1 High 
Jones, Ellen M., Miss, Lisbon Falls, R. D. 2 

Howard, farmer, Lisbon Falls R. D. 2 

L. Gertrude, Miss, teacher, River rd, Lisbon Falls, R. D. 2 

Leonard E., farmer. River rd, Lisbon Falls R. D. 2 

Minnetta A., Miss, Riv. rd, Lisbon Falls, R. D. 2 

Maria, IMiss, book kpr, Baxter Box shop, bds 12 Stetson 

Thos. E., farmer, P. 0. Lisbon Falls R. D. 2, River rd. 
JORDAN, BARTON R., (B. R. Jordan & Co.) 125 Maine, h, 

63 Pleasant 
JORDAN, B. R. CO., Groceries, Paints, Glass & Wall Paper, 
(J. R. & B. R. Jordan) 125 Maine 

Betsey, Miss, Summit rd, R. D. 1 

Coan, farmer. Gurnet rd, R. D. 1 

Florence R., Miss, R. D. 1 

Frank, farmer. Gurnet rd, R. D. 1. , 

G. F., shoe maker, G't. Is. rd. 
JORDAN, JAMES R., (B. R. Jordan & Co.) 125 Maine, 67 
Pleasant 

L. Frances, Miss, Prin. Intermediate Sch., bds 63 Pleasant 

Mabel, Miss, R. D. 1 

Sophronia, Mrs., wid of Frank, Harps St. 

Robert, Prop. Gurnet Ho., R. D. 1 

W. A., farmer. Coombs rd, R. D. 3 
Journault, Thomas, emp M. C. R. R., res 8 Gushing 
Joy, Alfred L. M., piper B. L. Furbish store, 13 Dunlap 

Laforest, delivery wagon, 12 Dunlap 

Lewis A., shoe maker, 13 Dunlap 

i\Iinnie, Miss, emp The Baxter Box Co., 13 Dunlap 

Oscar W., lineman, N. E. T. & T. Co., 16 Everett 
Judkins. Ethel, IMiss, seamstress, 44 Pleasant 

Helen, Miss, emp Dr. Stetson's office, 44 Pleasant 



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Judkins, Otis, farmer Prince's Pt. rd. 
Preston, farmer, Princes Pt. rd 

Kaharl, Edgar A., Prin. High School, rms 167 Park Row. 
Kalcaderas, Bills, emp Cabot j\Iill, bds 31 Maine 

Christos, emp Cabot Mill, bds 31 Maine 

Evangelos, emp Cabot IMill, bds 31 Maine 

James, emp Cabot Mill, bds 31 Maine 
Kanistras, Charles, emp Bowling Alley, bds 31 Maine 
Kappa Sigma Ho., cor College & Harpswell 
Keay, Cyrus, painter & paper hanger, 104 Pleasant 
Kelley, Rev. Alvah E., pastor Free Baptist church, h, 12 Page 
Kendrick. Ada. Mrs., wid of F. W.. 35 McLellan 
KENNEBEC FRUIT CO., THE, Wholesale and Retail Dlrs, 

142 Maine, J. Marroni, treasurer. See p 3 
Keyes, J. M., retired, bds 12 Potter 
Kineaide, Chas. W., farmer. New Meadows rd, R. D. 3 
Kincaid, James 0., teamster, rms 28 Federal 
Knapp, Emma, IMrs., wks 22 Pleasant 

KNIGHT & STANWOOD COAL CO., (Samuel Knight 
Jr., R. H. Stanwood) coal, coke & kindling wood, 
off. 139 Maine, yds. 17 Cedar 
KNIGHT, SAMUEL JR., (Knight & Stanwood Coal Co.) 
h, 26 School 

Wm. B., retired, 29 School 
Kirouac, Maxime, emp M. C. R. R., 49 Mill 

Joseph, Pejeps. Pap. Co., 5 Swett 
Knowles, W. L., Eng. Elec. Light Co., Bath, Harding Sta. 

Sarah A., Mrs., wid L. P., R. D. 3 
Knowlton, Augusta H., INIiss, 3 Green 

Emily F., 3 Green 

Isadore C, 3 Green 
Labee, Adelard, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., bds 29 Maine 

Alfred, emp Cabot Mill, 56 ]\Iill 

Alphonse, emp Cabot IMill, 14 Cal)ot 

Arthur, emp Cabot IMill, 14 Gilman ave 

Arthur, emp Cabot Mill, 11 Ca])ot 

Caliste, emp Cabot IMill, 6 Dunning 



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Labee, Dieu D., emp Cabot Mill, 26 Bow 

Esthel Mrs., wid of Alfred, emp Cabot Mill, 29 Maine 

Eugene, emp Cabot ]\Iill, 7 Cabot 

F. X., laborer, 24 dishing 

Harvey, clerk, 17 Mason 

Isabel, Mrs., dress maker, Maine, 7 Cabot 

Joseph, laborer, bds 17 Stone 

Leonee, emp Cabot Mill, 9 Cabot 

Louis, wood chopper, 58 Mill 

Mary, Mrs., emp Cabot j\Iill, lids 29 ]\Iaine 

N. A., emp Cabot Mill, bds 24 High 

Noel, laborer, bds 20 Bow 

Olive, Mrs., emp Cabot Mill, 6 Dunning 

Ouesime, emp Cabot Mill, 49 Mill 

Phillippe, painter, Ca1)ot Mill, 17 Dunning 

Zephire, emp Cabot Mill, 11 Cabot 
Laberge, Albert, emp Cabot Mill, 21 Cabot 

Damase, emp Pejeps. Paper Co., 9 Dunning 

George, laborer, 28 Cushing 

Marie, clerk, bds 9 Dunning 

Octave, Cabot JMill, bds 9 Dunning 

Sophie, emp The Baxter Paper Box Co., bds 9 Dunning 
Labrie, Michel, laborer, 48 Mill 
Lachanee, Alcide, emp Cabot Mill, bds 28 Mill 

Cleophas, emp M. C. R. R., bds 4 Cushing 

Delia, emp Cabot Mill, bds 4 Cushing 

Henrietta Mrs., wid of L(mis, 3 Swett 

Jeffry, emp M. C. R. R., bds 28 I\Iill 

Octave, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 4 Cushing 

Philibert, emp Cabot Mill, 3 Swett 
Lacharite, Dona, emp Cabot Mill, bds 3 Cabot 

Jean, emp Cabot Mill, 3 Cabot 

Philoclaise, emp Cabot Mill, 24 Cushing 
Laffely, Chas., loom fixer, Cabot Mill, 22 Cedar 
La Fon, Isaac, farmer, Brackett rd, R. D. 4 

Lafrancois, Lumina, Mrs., Avid of Marcel, emp Cabot Mill, 12 Gil- 
man ave 
Lakeland, John, watchman C^aliot ilill, 23 Dunning 



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Lamarque, Adelard, emp Cabot ]\lill, 16 Gushing 

Florida, emp Cabot Mill, bds 16 Cushing 

Joseph, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co.. l)ds 16 Cushing 

^lathilde, Mrs., Avid of Pierre, 16 Cushing 

Rose Alba, emp Cabot ]\Iill, ])ds 16 Cushing 

W., emp Pejeps. Pap. Co.. 46 Cumberland 
Lamarre, Arthur Jr., clerk J. W. & 0. R. Pennell. 11 Oak 

Edmond, emp M. C. R. R., 27 :\Iill 

Joseph, laborer, 27 ]\Iill 

Ludger, emp Cabot Mill, 53 IMill 

Napoleim, emp Cabot ^lill. 71 Alill 
Lambert, Henri, physician, oif. 66 Elaine, h, 11 Oak 
Lamphere, Chas. L., dealer in Groceries & bleats, 55-57 Maine, 

rms 8 Mason 
Lancaster, Katie F., Mrs. wid of Chas. E., 19 Federal 
Langen, Judson E., barber, 136 Maine, over ]\Ieserve's pharmacy, 

h, 47 Pleasant 
Langevin, Victoria, Mrs., 23 Elaine 
Langford, Arthur Gr., head waiter hotel, 9 South 
Lapham, Eliphalet H., carpenter, 13 Stone 

Lapointe, Telesphore, Clothing & Furnishings, 32 ]\Iaine, 28 Oak 
Larivee, Joseph, emp Cabot ^lill, 4 Mill 
Laroek, Fred E., painter, Weymouth 
Larrabee. John C, farmer. Hardings R. D. 3 

Wm.. laborer, Davis 
Lavigeur, Alphonse, emp Cabot ^lill, 16 Cabot 
Lavigne. Albert, emp Cabot ]\lill. 9 ITnion 

Carrie, Mrs., wid of Israel, 22 Cumberland 

Charles, emp Cal)ot Mill, 9 Mason 

Hattie, mill opr., 22 Cum])erland 
Lavoie, Auguste, emp M. C. R. R., bds 34 ]Mill 

Delia, emp Cabot Mill, bds 24 Mill 

Joseph, laborer, bds 13 Oilman ave 

Joseph F., emp Cabot ]\Iill, 2 Swett 

Joseph P., emp M C. R. R., 24 Mill 

Leger, emp M. C. R. R., 34 :\Iill 

Louis, emp Cabot 3Iill, lids 19 Oilman ave 

^larie Louise, emp Cabot I\Iill, l)ds 34 JNIill 
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Lavallee, Clavaire, Mrs., housekeeper, 26 Bow 

Delise, Miss, emp Cabot Mill, bds 4 Mill 

F. X., emp C. L. Lamphere, h, 18 Cedar 

James A., farmer, Durham rd, R. D. 4 

Therese, Miss, emp Cabot Mill, ])ds 4 ]\Iill 
Lawrence, John, painter, bds 288 Maine 
Laws, Chas. H., Pennell rd, R. D. 2 

Geo. A., farmer, Pennell rd, R. D. 2 
Learned, James H., farmer Merriconeag rd R. D. 3 

M. M., Mrs., wid of Abel, Merriconeag rd, R. D. 3 
Leary, Michael, emp Cal)ot j\Iill, bds 19 j\Iason 
Leavitt, Frank, manages grocery store, Portland, 17 Noble 

Frank, laborer, G't. Is. rd. 
LeBel, Alexandre, farmhand, 29 Elaine 

Amanda, Miss, emp Cabot Mill, bds 29 Maine 

Arthur, emp M. C. R. R., 75 Union 

Arthur, emp Pejeps. Paper Co., bds 5 Dunning 

Arthur Jr., emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 2 Swett 

Edmond, farmer, R. D. 4 

Elzear, emp Ca])ot .Mill, 41 High 

John, emp M. C. R. R., 75 Union 

Johnny, emp M. C. R. R., bds 9 Dunning 

Joseph, emp foreman Elec. Rd., 9 Oak 

Joseph F., clerk 94 Maine, h, 7 Pine 

Laurenzo, emp M. C. R. R., bds 75 Union 

Mathilda, Mrs., wid of Octave, emp Cabot Mill, 22 Bow 

Marie Antoinette, housework, 9 Gilnian ave 

Zenobe, Mrs., emp Cabot Mill, 29 Maine 
LeBell, Anthony, M. C. R. R. fireman, 323 Maine 

Joseph, emp Cabot Mill, 323 Maine ^ 

Ludger, emp Wm. Butler, bds 323 Maine 
LeBlanc, Napoleon, emp M. C. R. R. signal, 11 Dunning 

Phedime, emp Cabot Mill, 44 Mill 
Le Bourdais, Edmond Sr., emp Cal)ot IMill, 13 Oak 

Edmond, emp Cabot I\Iill, 20 Oak 

Helen E., Miss, clerk & book kpr, 13 Oak 

Joseph, student, 13 Oak 

Noe J., laborer, 13 Oak 



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LeBourdais, Zoe, Miss, clerk, 13 Oak 
Leclair, Joseph, laborer, hds 14 dishing 

Jules, laborer, 14 Gushing 

Lea, ]\Irs., wid of Michel, 18 Bow 

Maria, emp Cabot Mill, bds 14 dishing 

P. P., tailor, 84 Maine, 29 High 
Leclerc, Delia, Miss, dressmaker, bds 28 Mill 
Lefebvre Philippe, emp Cabot ilill. bds 19 Mason 
Legendre, George, boiler maker, Bath Iron Works, res 5 Dunning 
Lemay. Jean Baptiste, emp M. C. R. R., 55 Mill 
Lemieux Adele, 42 Maine 

Alfred, emp Cabot Mill, 89 High 

Alfred Jr., emp Ferrule Factory, bds 39 High 

Alphonse, laborer, 39 High 

AugiLste Jr., clerk, 42 Maine 

C. A., groceries and provisions, 42 ]\Iaine 

F. J., Prop. Lunch Room, 45 Maine, 39 Union 

Napoleon, carpenter, M. C. R. R., 8 School 
Lemire, Albert, emp Cabot Mill, 40 Mill 
Lenton, John J., (Smith & Lenten) rms 168 j\Iaine 
Leonard, George W., postal clerk, rms 11 Noble 

James F., emp Morrill & Leonard, rms 11 Noble 

John E., emp Morrill & Leonard, rms 11 Noble 
LEONARD. JOHN J., (i\[orrill & Leonard) 111 Maine. 14 Ev- 
erett. 

Martin, switchman, 11 Noble 
Letarte, Albert, clerk, 21 Oak 

Alexis, emp Cabot I\Iill, 21 Oak 

Alma, emp Baxter Pap. Box Co., 20 Lincoln 

Angeline, Mrs., wid of Charles, emp Ca])ot ]\Iill, b,ds 17 Dun- 
lap 

Fabien, emp Caliot jNIill, l)ds 24 Bow 

John B., emp JM. C. R. R. yard, 20 Lincoln 

Joseph, emp Cal)ot Mill, 21 Oak 

Pierre, emp Cal)ot Mill. 21 Oak 
Lcvalhi-e, F. X., clerk, 18 Cedar 

Peter, foreman M. C. R. R. yard, 29 Noble 
T;etourneau. Arthnr, emp Cabot Mill, bds 19 Mason 

McFADOEN'S GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET 

ISEXT TO TO>VrX MALL 

We pride ourselves on the good quality of our goods, only the 
best of good things grocerywise here. 



Maine St. BODWELL & SON Tatne'^ 

The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing 

BRUNSWICK DIKECTORY ry.] 



Leveque, Adelard, enip M. C. R. R., bds 18 Bow 

Charles, emp Cabot ]\Iill, 14 Bow 

Alice,Miss, clerk, Ixls 21 Dunning 

Alice, emp Cabot IMill, bds 51 IMill 

Denis, emp Cabot ]Mill, 51 I\Iill 

Dolores, Miss, clerk, 19 Oak 

Eva, emp Cabot Mill, bds 51 IMill 

Eva, Miss, 19 Oak 

Helena, Miss, emp Baxter Pap. Box Co., 19 Oak 

Israel, emp Cabot i\Iill, 19 Oak 

Johnny, emp Cabot I^Iill, 41 Mill 

Joseph P., emp Cabot ]\Iill, 10 Bow 

Ludger, emp Cabot IMill, bds 51 IMill 

M., Mrs., wid of Mack, 63 Cumberland 

Marianne, emp Cabot Mill, l)ds 1 8 Bow 

Mary, I\Iiss, emp Cabot IMill, ])ds 14 Bow 

Napoleon, emp Pap. Mill, 18 Oak 

Philip, emp Cabot Mill, 4 Swett 

Pierre, emp Cabot Mill, 51 Mill 

Pierre, emp Cabot Mill, 18 Bow 
Lewis, Hugh M., Asst. Bowdoin Coll. Lib., 10 Cleaveland 
Libby, Andrew, farmer, IMere Pt. rd, R. D. 3 

Howard W., d'lr talking machines, sewing machines, l)icycles 
and sheet music, 123 Maine, h, 59 Jordan ave 

Herbert L., Woodside rd, R. D. 3 

Joseph, emp baggage rm, IM. C. R. R., 27 Noble 

Martha E., IMrs., wid of A. J., 41 Cushing 

Mary, Mrs., wid of Osborn, 15 School 

Melvina Mrs., domestic, 56 Federal 

Wilbert A., emp Baxter Pap. Box Co., 8 Center 
Lincoln, Alice, Miss, organist Episcopal church, 43 Pleasant 

Florence Miss, teacher, bds 10 Harpswell PI. 

Wm. R., retired, 43 Pleasant 
Linscott, Albert J., farmer, Great Island rd, R. D. 1 

Isaac L., farmer R. D., 1 Brunswick rd 
Litchfield, A. E., laborer, Maquoit rd 

Bert, carpenter, 6 Columbia ave 

Horace L., carpenter, I^Iaquoit rd 




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GIVEN'S Ice Cream 

74 Maine Street. Phone 52-R 
54 URUNSWICK DIRECTORY 

Litchfield, Stei)hen, Civil Engineer, Town Blclg., rms 4 Lincohi 
Little, Alice C, Mrs., Asst. Registrar, iJowd. Coll., 15 Potter 

George T., Prof. Bowtl. Coll. and Librarian, 8 College 

Ilartwell, farmer, River rd, R. D. 4 

Rachel T., Miss, teacher, 8 College 

Ruth B., ]\Iiss, 8 College 
Littlefield, Eleanor G., Bunganuc rd 
Livermore, iMartha A., Miss, bds 70 Federal 
Livernois Dolor, emp Cabot Mill, 18 Gushing 

Irene emp Cabot IMill, bds 5^2 Dunning 

Philip, emp Bath Iron Works, 13 Swett 
Loan & Building Ass'n., L. D. Snow, president 
Lombard Dr. J. II., dentist, off. 122 Maine, h, 105 Pleasant 
LOMBARD, J. ROBERT barber, 115 Maine, h, 105 Pleasant 
See p 4 

Susan E., IMi's., wid of Samuel, 9 Noble 
Longtin, Julien emp Cabot Mill, res 38 Mill 
Lord, ]\Iinnie, Miss domestic Harding's R. D. 3 
LOVELL, H. D.. Prop. Brunswick Marble & Granite Works, 

22 Middle ; h, 78 Union. See adv. 
Lowell, Joseph, Eng. M. C. R. R., rms 206 Maine 

M. D. Mrs., wid of Uriah 
Lowery, Geo. E., laborer, 3 Federal 

John J., laborer 3 Federal 

Thos. J., fireman Cal)ot ^lill, 3 Federal 
Lubee, Wm., emp Cal)ot Mill, 9 Stetson 
Luce, Fred W. 24 Spring 

Geo. B., truckman, 24 Spring 
Lufkin, Solon B., retired, 11 Lincoln 
Lunt, Grace M., book keeper F. W. Chandler & Son, 11 High 

John L., farmer, Freeport R. D. 3 

Lucy, Miss, Freeport R. D. 3 
Lyon, A. J. & Sons (Asa J. & Geo. A.) machine shop, 4 Maine 

Amasa A., farmer, Lisbon Falls, River rd, R. D. 2 

Asa J., machinist, 47 Federal 

Edna Mrs., wks 3 Bath 

Fred J., machinist, JMarket Lane 

George A., machinist, 45 Federal 



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]\[ace, Win. II., traveling salesman, 17 High 

MAC'S TAVERN, W. F. McFadden, Prop., 206 Maine, See p 5 

Mack, Hiram, laborer, 17 Elm 

Isaac, junk dealer, li, 17 Elm 
Marriner, Wm. H., farmer, Bunganuc rd 
Haddocks, Edward, M. C. R. R. conductor, 83 Union 
j\Iagee, Catherine, 79 Federal 

Magoun Chester, emp Baxter Pap. Box Co., bds 7 Stetson 
]Mahoney Joseph, emp M. C. R. R., 24 Page 
MAINE CENTRAL CAFE, Nelson McFadden. Prop., 208 

Maine 
Maine St. Home Bakery, Leon Belanger, Prop., 28 Maine 
Mallett, Wm. A., farmer, liardings R. D. 3 
Manter, Geo. L., engineer, 80 Union 
Manuel, Gus, laborer, off Great Island rd 
I^Iarois, Wilfred, emp Cabot I\Iill, bds 2 Swett 
Marquis, Alfred, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., res 73 Mill 

George, laborer, res 49 Mill 

Jane, Mrs., wid of Peter, 5 Center 
Marriner, Lois, ]Mrs., h. Great Is. Rd., R. D. 1 
MARRONI, JOSEPH, Treas. Ken. Fruit Co., 142 ]\[aine, rms 

do. 
Marshall, Frank E., ]M. C. R. R. carpenter, 5 Cedar 

Duel, cook, 1 Stetson 
Marston, Sylvanus F., mason emp M. C. R. R., 21 Potter 
JMartin, Eustache, emp Cabot IMill, Prop, wood-sawing machine, 
res 89 Mill 

Abbie, Miss, 232 Maine 

Annie F., Miss, 232 Maine 

Hannah C, Mrs., wid of Henry C, h, 232 Maine 

jMahala G., Miss, h, 232 Maine 

Eugene E., emp Cabot Mill, 3 River 
Masse, Joseph, emp Cabot Mill, 20 Lincoln 
]Masse, Florian, emp M. C. R. R., 3 Cabot 

Ludger, milk dlr, Growstown rd, R. D. 3 
Mason, Flora B,, Mrs., 18 Morse Court 

Maude Miss, 24 College 

Myra C, Mrs., wid of Edw. B., 24 College 



Qiven's Candy Kitchen 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL- 74 Maine St. Phone 52-R 
56 BHrXSWICK DIRECTORY 

Mather, Amelia, .Mrs., li, Great Island rd, R. D. 1 

Fred C, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., R. D. 1 

Willie G., erap Pejeps. Pap. Co., R. D. 1. 
.Mathews, Jos., Town Farm, 44 Water 
Maxwell. William, laborer, res 47 Water 
Maybery, Jol) B.. l)icyele repairer, 2 Elm, h, 116 Pleasant 

Ernest L.. office work, Pejeps. Pap. Co., 15 ]Morse Court 
McCANN. FRANK T., mgr Citizens Laundry, bds 17 Dunlap 
IMcCarthy, John J., lineman, emp X. E. T. & T. Co., 7 Center 
McClevey, Sylvestre, Mrs., 25 Calx)t 
McCorson, Frank M., emp :\L C. R. R., 46 McLellan 
McDonald, Ida, Miss, domestic, wks 85 Federal 

Myrtle M., Mrs., clerk, town clerk off, h, 270 ]\Iaine 

Robert, drug clerk, 270 ]\Iaiue 
]McDuff, Jean Baptiste, clerk, 16 Oak 

Pierre. Sr.. retired. 14 Swett 
McFADDEN, NELSON, Prop. Miime Central Cafe, 208 Maine, 

Groceries & :\Ieats, 124 .Maine ; h, 18 High 
McFADDEN, WM. F., Prop. ]\lac's Tavern, 206 Maine, see p 5 
.McGay, Elizal)eth. domestic, wks 179 Maine 
McGraves, Geo. W^. ticket agent :\1. C. R. R., 58 Pleasant 
McGraw, Ralph, laborer, res 14 Bow 
McGuiness, Francis, farmer. Middle Bay rd, R. D. 3 
Mclntire, Ralph, teacher, 20 McLellan 
Mcintosh, Elizal)eth, ]\Irs., Bath rd 
McKay, Carrie Mrs., 62 Jordan ave 

Paul, emp Cabot Mill, 40 Water 
3IcKeen. Frances A.. ^liss. 7 McKeen 
McKEEN, JOSEPH, (Secretary Eaton Hardware Co.) 43 

Cumberland 
McKenney, Augu.sta ]\Iiss, 13 High 

B. Mae, i\Irs., hairdresser, 114 I\laiue, h, do. 

Ithama H., electrician, 16 Pleasant 

Wm. jM., traveling salesman, h, 114 Maine 

Windsor S., blacksmith, 3 Franklin 
]\IcKenzie, Ella L., Mrs., wid of Kenneth J., 20 McLellan 
McKinley. Alice, secretary to Dr. G. :\I. Elliott, bds 7 Page 

John P., laborer, 7 Page 



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BKrNiSAVICK DIRECTORY 



McKinley, John P. Jr., ship fitter, Bath, 7 Page 

Peter, gatemaii M. C. K. R., 2 Weymouth 

Theresa, Miss, N. E. T. & T. Co., operator, 7 Page 
MeLellftn, Caroline, Miss, tailoress hds 15 Spring 

Harriett Miss, emp F. W. Chandler agt, 16 Spring 

John F., emp M. C. R. R., 15 Spring 

Linda, Miss, emp F. W. Chandler, agt., 16 Spring 
MeCloud, Edith, Miss, house keeper 34 Water 
McI\Iahan Elizabeth, Mrs., wid of Thomas H., 60 Cnml>erland 

Jolm P., machinist, bds 60 Cumberland 

Mary, bds 60 Cumberland 

Thos. P., emp M. C. R. R., bds 60 Cum'Derland 

Wm. B., student Bowd. Coll., bds 60 Cumberland 
j\lc]Manus, Daniel, farmer, oft' River rd, R. D. 4 

Edw. S., farmer, Pennell rd, R. D. 2 

Geo. M., farmer and Prop. Rossmore Ho., R. D. 3 

Peter, retired, Bath rd, R. D. 3 
JMcPherson, elohn, earpenter, 2 Coffin Place 
Melcher, Bertha E., ]\Iiss, teacher. Center street. Primary school 

Catherine ]M., Mrs., wid C. C, 185 Maine 

Charlotte B., Miss, teacher, 185 Maine 

Edwin A., farmer, Church rd, R .D. 4 

Frank L., Coll. janitor, bds 14 Middle 

Leonard, Coll. janitor, 10 Coffin 

Richard M., electrician, 185 Maine 

Thomas S., emp M. C. R. R., h, 37 School 
Melvin, F. W., Prop. Melvin's 2d Hand Store, 5 Mason; h. 

Pleasant 
^lenard, Adele, 7 IMill 

Adele, ]\Irs., emp Cabot 3^1111, 71 :\Iill 

Alcide, mason helper, bds 3 Mason 

Amedee, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 3 IMason 

Arthur, emp M. C. R. R., 35 Cushing 

Odelas, laborer, 10 Dunning 

Arthur, emp M. C. R. R., 14 Cedar 

Fabien, laborer, 10 Dunning 

Flavre, Mrs., wid of Ludger, 105 ^lill 

Honore Jr.. emp Cabot ]\Iill. bds 7 :Mill 

For Sale and to Rent 
Town Buliding 

TEL, 412 





Civen's Smokers' Supplies 

B. B. B. Pipes. 74 Maine Street. Phone 52-R 
58 HRUXSWICK DIRECTORY 

Menard, Johnny, emp Cabot Mill, bds 3 Mason 

Joseph, emp Pejepscot Pap. Co., bds 57 Union 

Leo, emp Caliot IMill, bds 23 Cabot 

^larie, ]\liss, emp Baxter Pap. Box Co., 3 ]\Iason 

Odelas, laborer, 10 Dunning 

Saluste, emp M. C. R. R., 71 INIill 

Senaile, emp ]\I. C. R. R., 71 Mill 

Zephirin, laborer, 23 Cabot 
Mercier, Xavier. emp ]\I. C. R. R.. res 19 Mill 
Merrill, Wm. R., M. C. R. R. conductor. 14 McLellan 

James A., Trav. Sales., 7 McLellan 
iMerriman, Benj., emp shoe shop, Freeport, 8 Noble 

Chas. W., carpenter, 45 Harpswell 

Paul S., farmer. River Rd., R. D. 4 

Sarah, ^liss, student Leland Powers school, Boston 

Susan D., ]\Irs., 8 Noble 
Merryman, Albert S., clerk, h, 8 Page 

Andrew, 39 Pleasant 

Ann, Mrs., wid of Curtis, 39 Pleasant 

Annette, Miss, Prin. Gram. School, 84 Union 

Curtis H., emp Booker & Co., h, 8 Page 

D. C, farmer. R. D. 4 

Edwin E., farmer, R. D. 4 

Eliza A., Avid of Hiram. 43 Harpswell 

Ernest, emp iMorton Bon Bon Co., 39 Pleasant 

Hannah E., Mrs., wid of Robert S., R. D. 4 

Herbert S., wks for H. T. Nason, 86 Federal 

Kate P., Mrs., wid of A. G., 37 Cumberland 

Katherin, Mrs., Avid of Galan. off* Durham rd, R. D. 4 

Katherin ]M.. domestic, R. D. 4 

:\Iary L., Mrs., wid of Alfred H.. 142 Maine 
]\Ierrill, Clyde, Medical student, 12 Pleasant 
Merrow, H. S., Prop. Bakery. 180 Maine, rms do. 

MoFADDEN'S GROCERY ANO MEAT MARKET 

ISEXT TO TOWIN MALL 

We pride ourselves on the good quality of our goods, only the 
best of good things grocerywise here. 



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Dutchess Trousers \',.§,TIp '""'^"'' 

BRrxyWlCK DIRECTORY 59 

MESERVE, PERLEY J., druggist. Prop. Meserve's Pharma- 
cy. i;U Maine : li. 22 P^'denil 

MESER\rE'S DRUG STORE 

Near Post Office 

PULL LINE DRUGS AND MEDICINES 

Telephone 134 MAINE STBEET 

Messier, Francis, farmer and milk dealer, ]Mere Pt. rd, R. D. 8 

Hubert, emp Cabot Mill, 3 Cabot 
Metcalf, Aaron V., market gardener, "Meadow])rink" Farm, 
Jordan Ave., R. D. 8 

Wm. H., moving picture operator, 2 Weymouth 
Michaud, Arthur, emp Hyde Windlass Co.. Bath,:\Ie., 20 Oak 

F. A., Ladies' Tailor, 89 Maine ; h, do. 

J. Elisse, Ladies' Tailor, 114 Maine; h, 21 ^Mason 

Joseph, wood chopper, 21 M\\\ 

Joseph, retired, 37 Mill 

Jos. W., Ins. agent, 9 Union 

Ludger, Raymond rd, R. D. 1 

Patrick, baker, 71 Mill 

Patrick, farmer, Raymond rd 
IMiller, Matilda, Mrs., Durham rd 

Melbourn F., farmer, Durham rd 

Frank P., farmer River rd, R. D. 1 

Harry, laborer. River rd, R. D. 4 

AVilliam M., laborer, River rd, R. D. 4 
Minard, Frank L., carpenter, M. C. R. R., 24 Cedar 
]\Iilliken, Lillian M., ]\Iiss, wks 20 Cedar 
Minot, Alexander, farmer. Mere Pt. rd, R. 1). 8 

Andrew W., Highland rd^ R. D. 4 

Edith A., Miss, 99 Pleasant 

James 0., brick mason, 99 Pleasant 

John A., farmer, IMere Pt. rd, R. D. 3 

I\Iary L., Mere Pt. rd, R. D. 3 
Minnick, ^Marietta, iMrs., wid of William, 85 Pleasant 

Frank, retired, 37 Bowker 
Mistos, Satiros. emp Cabot JMill, bds 31 iMaine 

Vacilios, emp Cabot Mill, bds 31 Maine 

^;;A, Insurance Z' iolin W. Riley 



CIVEN'S Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL- 74 Maine St. Phone 52-R 
60 HRUNSWICK DIRECTORY 

.Mitc'helL Dr. All'red, physician, Dean Med. School of ^Maine, 16^ 
IMaine 

Ellen F.. ]\Iiss. 7 Cleaveland 

Ellen A. IT.. 3 TIaeker rd, R. D. 4 
MITCHELL, HARRY E., Law student and publisher, h, 1 
Federal. See p 10. 

William H., Electrical & Sta Eng., 29 Bath 

Wilniot B., Professor Rhetoric and Oratory, Bowd. Coll., 6 
College 
]\Ionaghau, John, retired, 17 Page 

Mary, 17 Page 
Moody, Florence, waitress. Eagle Hotel, bds 29 South 

Mabel, ]\Irs., wid Herbert, h, 21 Page 

William A., Prof. ^Mathematics, Bowd. Coll., 60 Federal 
Morang, Chas., farmer. Greenwood rd 

Frank C, carpenter. Church rd 

W. A., farmer, Greenwood rd 
]\[orin, Albert, brakeman M. C. R. R., 22 Page 

Arthur, farmer, Highland rd, R. D. 4 

Ernest, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 4 Federal 

Eugene D., Groceries & Provisions, 15 Mill, res 45 Union 

Henry, weaver Cabot Mill, 68 Union 

Jean Baptiste, l)arber, 23 Dunning 

Joseph, laborer. 11 Oilman ave 

Nathaniel, emp Cabot i\Iill, 42 IMaine 

Nestor, emp Cabot IMill, 26 High 

Octave, emp IM. C. R. R., 22 Dunning 

Pierre A., Groceries & Provisions, 18 JMill, h, 105 Mill 
MORRELL, ISAIAH R., sales stable, wood & lumlier, 189 

Maine, rms 8 Cleaveland. See p 4 
MORRILL & LEONARD, Real Estate, Express & Trucking 
Potato Planting & Harvesting Co., (John Leonani, AV. 
S. IMorriin 111 Maine. See p 3 
MORRILL, WARREN S., Real Estate, (Morrill & Leonard) 

111 Maine ; h 9 Potter. See p 3 
Morgan Chas. E. N., farmer, Woodside rd, R. D. 3 

Egbert, farmer, Woodside rd, R. D. 3 
IMoreau, Joseph, laborer, 23 IMain 
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and meats. We give you polite attention and all orders filled 
promptly, reasonably priced, reliable goods. 

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BKHNSWiCK DIRECTORY 61 



Moreau, Joseph, emp Pejeps Pap. Mill, 9 Mill 

Olivier, laborer, 20 Gushing 

Treffly, emp Cabot Mill, 60 Mill 
Morrison, Nettie A., 4 Bank 
Morse, Albert C mail carrier, 8 Bank 

Chas. F., laborer, Maquoit rd, R. D. 3 

Ida, Miss, 194 Maine 

Robert M., farmer, Lisbon Falls, R. D. 2 

S. Freeman, marble worker, 28 McLellan 

Thos., farmer, Biinoamie rd, R. D. 4 
Morton, Ada L., Miss, Woman's Exchange, Bath rd 

Bon-Bon Co., (Fred E. Hall Prop.) wholesale & retail & man- 
fuacturers of ice-cream and confectionery, 319 Maine 

Everett E., lodgers, 164 Maine 

Geo. H., prop Rawdings Cafe 

H. E. Mrs., wid of Geo. H., Bath rd 

Harry E., electric conductor, Bath rd 

Willis, clerk, Jordan store, Bath rd 
Mosher, Anna, Miss, boarders, 10 Cleaveland 
Mothee, Jean Baptiste, emp Cabot Mill, 54 Mill 
Mountfort, Appa A., clerk J. F. Will Co., bds 11 Cedar 

John C, retired, 11 Cedar 

Walter A., emp Swing factory, 11 Cedar 
Mower, Roscoe W., emp livery stable, 64 Jordan ave 
Muir, Jennie, Miss, 2 AVeymouth 

John, teamster, 23 Boody 

]\Iargaret J. Miss, 23 Boody 

Margaret, Mrs., wid of William, 23 Boody 

Mary, Mrs., wid of C. E., 2 Weymouth 
Munsey, Mary L., Mrs., laundress, 13 Bowker 
Murray Alfred M., farmer, prop "Murray Mansion," summer 

boarders, R. D. 4 
jMustard, Chas. P., carpenter, 234 Maine 

Nadeau, Audelie, Mrs.,, wid of Paul, 4 Swett 

Joe, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., bds 1 Market 

Peter, emp M. C. R. R.. 1 Market 
Narcia, Prank, tailor, h 18 Cedar 

TSS? RILElf'S Music Store 

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WHOLESALE «& RETAIL- 74 Maine St. Phone 52-R 
G2 IMUXSWICK DIRECTORY 

Nash, Chas. H., plum))er, 3 Cumberhind 

Edith, Miss, bds 3 Cumberland 

Uriah N., travelling salesman, h, 176 Maine 
Nason, Geo. W., retired, 7 Bank 

Herrick T., dealer groceries & provisions, 195 Maine, h, 47 
Harpswell 

Marion, nurse, Cen. ]\Ie. Gen. Hospital, 11 Bank 

Oscar B., machinist, 11 Bank 
Nearing, Wm. W., Treas Pejeps. Pap. Mill, 7 Bath 
Nelson, August, farmer, Lisbon Falls, R. D. 2 

Rev. Frederick T., pastor Universalist church, 13 Lincoln 

James, Elec. motorman, 6 Pine 
Nevens, Emeline, Mrs., wid of George, 6 Cedar 
N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., E. R. Spear (Bath) mgr 
Newcomb, Clara, Miss, waitress, Frat. Ho., res 8 Harps PI 
Newell, Freeman, farmer, Raymond rd 

Henry E., ship carpenter, wks Bath, 7 Maple 

Henry F., farmer, River rd, R. D. 4 

Irvin, mill opr, l)ds 3 Bank 

Maurice L., farmer, River rd, R. D. 4 

Slilton, farmer, Raymond rd 

Nina K.. trained nurse. R. D. 4 
NICHOLS, ALFONSO F., merchant tailor, pressing & repair- 
ing, 76 Maine. See p 4 
Nickerson, Amos R., teamster, 35 Water 

Arthur, laborer, 51 Water 

Edward B., laborer, 34 Water 

Elmer AV. electrician, emp Bruns. L. & Pow. Co., 35 Water 

Guy, laborer, 39 Water 

John M., Prop. Brunswick Ice Co., 68 Water 
Niles, Nettie R., Miss, 14 Cumberland 
Nixon, Paul, Asst. Prof. Classics and History, Bowd. Coll., 84 

Federal 
Normand, Cedulie. ]\Irs., wid (J. B. & L. N.) emp Cabot Mill, 18 
Oak 

David, emp M. C. R. R., 8 Dunning 

Florida, emp Cabot :\lill. bds 3 Swett 

Harry, concrete work, bds 10 Elm 

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J^RUNKWICK DIRECTORY 63 

Normand, Jules, emp Cal)ot ]\Iill, 28 Bow 

Leonce, emp Cabot Mill, bds 14 Cushing 

Lewis, Mrs., h, 10 Elm 

Ozias, emp :\I. C. R. R., 17 IMill 
Norris, Elba F., i\liss, 265 jMaiiie 
Norton, Pliilena 0., Mrs., boarding house, 198 j\Iaine 
Nudd, Bertha, Miss, teacher, 70 Jordan ave 

Daniel H., farmer, 70 Jordan ave 

Odiorne, Jennie M., Miss, milliner, 194 Maine 

Lillian F., ^liss, dressmaking & millinery, 194 JNIaine 
O'Neill, Anthony, retired, 53 Pine, R. D. 3 
Orr, Winfield P., gen. work, 39 School 
Otis, Capt. Francis E., retired sea captain, 10 School 

Grace, Miss, dress maker, 10 School 

Harriet, INliss, 6 Cumberland 

Harvey, bds 10 School 

W. Ella, Miss, 6 Cumberland 

Wm. M., retired sea captain, 6 Cumberland 
Ouellette, Anaiste, Miss, emp Cabot Mill, bds 9 Oilman ave 

Andre, car inspector M. C. R. R., 63 Cum])erland 

Angele, ]\Irs., wid Baptiste, 10 Cabot 

Arthur, emp M. C. R. R., rms Bowd. Hotel 

Arthur, laborer, rms 4 Federal 

Beatrice, ]\Iiss, telephone opr., bds 6 Spring 

Cyprien, emp Cabot ^lill, 19 Oilman ave 

Ernestine M., emp Cabot Mill, rms 4 Federal 

Fernand, emp Cabot Mill, l)ds 19 iNIason 

Joseph, sexton Catholic church, 105 Mill 

Leda, Mrs., emp Cabot Mill, bds 17 Dunlap 

Ludger, clerk, bds 6 Oilman ave 

Marie L., Miss, domestic, bds 6 Spring- 
Napoleon, emp Cabot Mill, 6 Center 

Napoleon, emp Cabot Mill, bds 17 Dunlap 

Philip, druggist emp O. Drapeau, 62 Pleasant 

Painchaud, Adele, iNlrs., emp Cabot IMill, 5 Swett 
Eduoard, pipe man, Lewiston, 13 Oak 




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u-t BIM XSWK'K UlRECTORY 

Painchand, Jean Baptiste, emp Cal)ot Mill, 5 S^vett 

Joseph, emp Cabot Mill, 14 Swett 

Numa, lunch room, 5 mill, h 13 Oak 
Palmer, Anna M., Miss, 105 Maine 

Dr. Chas. A., physician & surgeon, 98 Maine; h, 156 Maine 

Priscilla C, Miss, 105 Maine 
Papas, Athas, emp Cabot Mill, bds 31 Maine 
Paqiiet, Ambroesse, laborer, 12 Gilman ave 

Ernest, emp Cabot Mill, bds 12 Gilman ave 

Florilda, emp The Baxter Pap. Box Co., bds 12 Gilman ave 

Gauclias, emp Cabot i\Iill, 45 j\Iill 

Josephine, emp Cabot Mill, bds 12 Gilman ave 

Maxime, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 19 Mill 
Paqu^tte, Angeline, emp Baxter Pap. Box Co., 7 Spring 

Joseph, steam fitter, 7 Spring 

Joseph v., printer, emp G. ]\I. Wheeler ; bds 7 Spring 
Paradis, Alfred, emp Cabot Mill, 26 :\Iill 

Joseph, emp M. C. R. R., 20 Mill 

Telespliore. emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 8 Dunning 
PARENT, CLARE M. MISS., milliner, prop "The Fashion." 
95 Maine, bds 17 Gilman ave 

Eustache, blacksmith, 69 Union 

^lajorique, emp M. C. R. R., 17 Gilman ave 
PARK BOWLING ALLEY, Chas. E. Townsend, prop, 186 

Maine. See p 9 
Parker, Belle, Mrs., bds 21 Page 

Lydia, Mrs., wid of G. W., 23 Noble 

]\Iary E., Miss, book keeper, Bruns. Elee. Lt. & Power Co.. 93 
Maine, bds 23 Noble 
Parsons, Alfred L., farmer, Woodside rd 

Anne P., Miss, Woman's Exchange, 147 Maine, h 87 Pleasant 

Louis A., Rector St. Paul's Epis. Church, 13 Pleasant 

Sarah M., Mrs., wid of Geo. E., 87 Pleasant 

Wm. E., farmer, Woodside rd 

Wm. F., farmer, W^oodside rd 
Payment, Frank X., works 90 Maine, h 9 Maple 

Francis, emp Cabot ]\Iill, 28 Mill 

Willie emp Pejeps. Pap. Co.. 35 High 

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Pearson, Samuel W., retired clergyman, 88 Pleasant 

Pejepscot Nat'l Bank (W. R. Lincoln, pres; Chas. I. Given 

cashier), 46 Maine, (80 Maine, after July 1, 1910) 
Pelleriu, John, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., bds 5 Dunning- 
Pelletier, Alfred, emp Cabot Mill, 60 Mill 

Joseph A., emp M. C. R. R., l)ds 60 Mill 
Pennell, Annie E., Pennell rd, R. D. 3 

Carrie S., Miss, 252 Maine 

Carroll, farming, Pennell rd 

Celecia, Miss, Pennell rd, R. D. 3 

Edw. P., mfg lock slide box covers. Bus. in Richmond, res 11 
Potter 

Elizabeth, Mrs., wid of C. B., 26 College 

Elizabeth A., Miss, 252 Maine 

Elizabeth H., Mrs., Raymond rd 

Frank E., emp Crawford's stable, h, 179 Maine 

Fannie M., Miss, 252 Maine 

George W., farmer, Pennell rd, R. D. 3 

Harmon, M. C. R. R. carpenter, 9 Spring 
PENNELL, J. W., & 0. R., Clothing, Hats, Caps & Gents' 

Furnishings, 72 JMaine See p 7 
PENNELL, J. WILLIAM, (J. W. & 0. R. Pennell) 21 High 

Lida 0., Miss, Pennell rd, R. D. 3 

Nellie ]\Iiss, Pennell rd 
PENNELL, OSBORN R., (J. W. & 0. R. Pennell), 5 Summer 

Robert M., student Harvard Law school, 7 Federal 
PENNELL, S. F., prop Crawford's stable, rear 143i/o Maine 
bds 179 Maine 

Sarah H., Miss, 7 Federal 

Wm. M., real estate, Portland, 7 Federal 
Perkins, Abram, farmer, Bath rd, R. D. 3 

Eugene E., ship smith, 37 McLellan 

John, Bath rd 

Roscoe E., ship clerk beef house, Bath, bds 31 Jordan ave 
Perreault, Charles, teamster, 65 Cumberland 
Perry, M. E., Mrs., M-id of J. T., rms 18 School 

Robert D., naturalist, 4 High 




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Peterson, Annie M., Miss, R. D. 3 

Harry E., milk dlr, Harding rd, R. D. 3 

Annie M., housekeeper 

John H., supt sewers and collector. 82 Union 

jNIargaret 0., Mrs., wid of Cyrns P. 

Nellie A., 82 Union 
Philbrook, Joseph, contractor & l)uilder, 6 Page 

Wni. L., farmer, Durham rd 
Phipps, Viola Mrs., 200 JNIaine 
Picard, Elniire, ]\frs., emp Cabot jMill, 15 Cabot 

Louis B., emp Cabot Mill, res 15 Cabot 
Pierce, C. A. & Son (Chas. A. Pierce and N. H. Pierce) groc-iir^ 
and provisions, 99 Elaine 

Chas. A., (C. A. Pierce & Son), 28 Cumberland 

Maude Miss, mgr Green Trading Stamp Co., l)ds 28 Cumlier- 
land 

Nathan H., grocer (C. A. Pierce & Son) 9 Lincoln 
Pine Spring Water Co., Spring "Water & Carbonated Beverages, 

(F. H. Wilson, treas; W. H. Crockett, mgr) 7 Dunlap 
Pinette, Joseph, emp Cabot ilill. bds 13 Gilman ave 

Philip P., clerk, bds 16 Cashing 
Piper, Lydia F.. ]Mrs., wid of Simon. R. D. 5 
PIUZE, F., 2d hand shoe store, bicycle dlr, 61 Elaine; h, 13 

Market 
Plaisted, Frank, laborer, bds 12 Cleaveland 
Plant Chas. G.. farmer, Brunswick rd. R. D. 3 

Wallace, moulder, R. D. 3 
Pletts, Annie I., INIiss, pianist at "Pictureland, " bds 16 Lincoln 

Lsabelle J., JNIrs., wid of D. A., 16 Lincoln 

Robert C, clerk, N. McFadden, bds 16 Lincoln 

Wm. A., M. C. R. R. freight office, 16 Lincoln 
Plourde, Aurelie, emp Cabot ]Mill, 8 Gilman ave 

Claudia, ISIvh., emp CVibot ^Mill, 13 Cal)ot 

George, emp Cabot ^lill, rms 29 Union 

George, laborer, 13 Cabot 

Joseph, emp Cabot Mill, 13 Cabot 

Louis, carpenter. 19 Gilman ave 

Lumina, emji Cabot ^lill, bds 8 Gilman ave 

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I'lummer, Frances A., Mrs., wid of Isaac, 30 Cumberland 

Frank, farmer, Durham rd, R. D. 4 

Howard C, book keeper & stenographer, 5 Green 
Plutzer, Dr. John, dentist, 78 Maine ; h, -14 Cum])erland 
Poitras, Auguste, emp M. C. R. R., 26 Gushing 
Pollard, Arthur, Town Farm, 44 Water 

Chandler, painter, 14 Lincoln 

Chas. A., landscape gardener, Maine 

Chas. L., barber, 146 Maine; h, 292 Maine 

Clara, Town Farm, 44 Water 

Deborah, Mrs., wid of William, 21 Market 

Elisha, retired. Harps rd, R. D. 3 

Elroy D., barber, 21 Market 

Melvin, farmer, Maine 
Porter, Geo. IT., laborer. Hacker rd R. D. 4 
Postal Telegraph & Cable Co., mgr G. W. Stuart off 62 Maine 
Potter, Barrett, lawyer, off 120 Maine ; h, 240 IVIaine 

Carrie N., Miss, teacher high school, 240 Maine 

Herbert, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 87 Union 

May E., Miss, 240 Maine 

Chas. W., traveling salesman, 9 Pleasant 
Pottle, Emily, Mrs., emp Baxter Pap. Box Co., bds 6 Stetson 
Pouliot, Edouard, emp M. C. R. R., 4 Gushing 
Powers, Annie E. M., wks Dr. Plutzer 's office; bds 41 Harps 

Joseph INI., emp M. G. R. R., 41 Harpswell 
Pratt, Clinton B., blacksmith, 21 Middle; h, 12 Spring 

Geo. A., laborer, Jordan ave 
Preble, Levi, laborer, Brunswick rd 

Myra L., emp Cabot Mill, 13 Mason 
Preston, Geo., laborer. Gurnet Bridge rd 

Rev. Geo. M., retired clergyman, 5 Jordan ave 

Guy H., Mrs., 5 Jordan ave 
Prevost, Henry, lineman, bds 10 Elm 
Priest, Flavian E., M. G. R. R. yard, clerk, 13 Stanwood 

Geo. A., M. G. R. R. station agent ; h, 22 High 
Prince, Chas. A., farmer, Great Island rd, R. D. 1 

George I., farmer; Merriconeag rd, R. D. 3 

Orin, tin smith, bds 6 McKeen 

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Prindall, Edward, enip Baxter Pap. Box Shop, Great Is. rd 

Pritchard, Hiram, painter, 11 Jordan ave 

Psi Upsilon House, 250 Maine 

Purinton, Daniel G., farmer, Merrieoneag rd, R. D. 8 

Purington, Edw. C, mail agent, 31 Cumberland 

Flora, Miss, R. D., 3 

John L., (Treas James F. Will Co.) h, Bath 

Quesse}', Isadore, emp Cabot ^Mill, 22 Oak 
Quint, Rev. John IL, pastor Cong, church, 17 Lincoln 
Quintal, Joseph, wood chop]ier, rms 56 i\Iill 
Quinnam, Emily S., j\liss, 41: Hari^swell 
Sarah E., Miss, 44 Harpswell 

Racine, Adelard, dentist, 84 Maine, bds 49 Union 

Israel, pay master, emp Caiiot ^lill, 47 Cnion 

Michael J., clerk, 122 Mill 

Philomene Mrs., 49 Union 

Pierre, emp Cabot ]\Iill, IB Dunlaji 

Prudent Sr., ash dealer, 122 Mill 

Prudent Jr., emp M. C. R. R., 43 .Mill 
Ramsey, "Wm. L., farmer, Richway rd 

RANDALL, CHAS. A., real estate & coal, Bruns. Coal Co., 
136 Maine ; 12 Everett 

Humphrey A., ])anker, h, 64 Federal 

John 0., farmer, R. D. 3 
Randolph, Emma, ]\Iiss, bds with H. E. IMerryman, R. I). 4 
Raymond, Chas. S., farmer, 1 Raymond rd, R. D. 4 
Raymond, Emile, emp Cabot ]Mill, bds 43 ^lill 

Sophia J., ]\Irs., wid of Elisha ; 9 Jordan ave 
Reed, Cleora Miss, stenographer H. C. Baxter & Bro, 4 Page 

Elias, retired, 4 Page 

Ida C, Miss, milliner, Post Oif PI, bds 21 Pleasant 

Jos. 0., carpenter & farmer, ]\Iere Pt. rd, R. D. 3 

Nancy, Mrs., wid Amos 0. ; h, 70 Federal 
Renaud, Antoine, foreman Cabot ^lill yard, 14 Gilman ave 

Rose, l)ds 14 Gilman ave 

Stephen, painter Cabot ]\Iill, ])ds 14 Gilman ave 

Telesphore, emp Cabot ]\Iill, bds 14 Gilman ave 

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Rich, Clayburn C, iusurance agent, 10 Center 
Richard, Alderic, enip Pejei)s Pap. Co., 9 Mill 

Alex, enip Cahot ]\Iill, bds 19 ]\Iason 

Chas. D., clerk F. H. Wilson ; rms 10 Pleasant 

Henri, emp Cabot ]\Iill, 32 ]\Iill 

]\[arie, ]\rrs., wid Adelard, emp Cahot ]\Iill, 10 Bow 

Prospere, enip Cabot Mill, 50 Mill 

Reniie. emp Cabot Mill, 36 Water 
Richardson, Amanda jMrs., wid of C. V/., 8 Lincoln 

Annie A., Miss, Chiropodist, 8 Lincoln 

Chas., farmer and machinist. River rd, R. I). 4 

Chas. T., letter carrier, Pleasant 

Edna, Miss, 6 Cleaveland 

Fred I., retired, 8 Lincoln 

Geo., farmer, Bunganuc rd, R. D. 4 

H. P., farmer & milk dealer, P. 0. Bath 

Hattie E., Miss, 8 Lincoln 

Philena, ]\Irs., wid of G. L., 6 Cleaveland 

Susie E., Miss, 8 Lincoln 
Ricker, John W., farmer, 9 T^Iiddle Bay rd, R. D. 2 

Samuel, chef Eagle Hotel, rms I. 0. 0. F. Blk 
Ridley, Chas. T., traveling salesman, 81 Pleasant 

Cyrus A., carpenter, 64 Pleasant 
RIDLEY, GEO. B., Hai-dware, Plumbing, Stoves, Heating, 
Paint, Oils, etc., 138-140 Maine; h. Elm St., Topsham 
See p 2 
Rideout, Elsie G., teacher. Union St Primary Scli, bds 269 Maine 

Frances A., teacher, bds 269 Maine 

Geo. 0., boiler maker, Bath; Hardings, R. D. 3 

J. Thatcher, emp Eaton Hardware Co., 269 Elaine 

John C, carpenter, 11 Federal 

Madge, ]\Iiss, bds 68 Federal 

Nellie, Miss, emp Baxter Pap. Box Co., rms 10 Center 

Sarah, Mrs., wid of C. W., 11 Federal 

Thomas T., night baggage master, M. C. R. R.. h. 68 Federal 
Riendeau, Desire, emp Cabot Mill yard, 16 Cabot 

TTlderic, emp M. C. R. R.. 20 Bow 
RILEY, T. K. & J. W., Fire Ins.. jlusical Goods, 126 Maine; 

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RILEY, JOHN W., Life Jn.s., 126 JNIaine; li, 46 Pleasant 
RILEY, THOS. H., town elerk, Treas. Bruns. Sav. Inst., (T. 
11. & J. W. Riley) secretary board overseers, Bowd. Coll. 
li, 46 Pleasant 

Thos. II., Jr., Newspaper Corresp. 126 INIaine; li, 48 Pleasant 
Ring, Fred P., farmer & milk dealer, P. 0. Bath 
Ripley, Rhoda B., Mrs., wid of 0. J., elerk N. IMcFadden, 11 High 
Ringrose, iMareia P., Mrs., wid William, 16 Cleaveland 
Rivers W. II., civil engineer, bds 4 School 
Roberts. Estella, Mrs., 265 Maine 

ROBERTS, FRANK E., Prop Roberts Shoe stoi-e. Judge Mu- 
nicipal C'Ourt. ])us, 64 Maine; li, 155 Maine 
ROBERTS SHOE STORE, Frank E. Roberts, Prop., 64 Maine 

John L., College student, 102 Pleasant 

John T., mechanic, Church rd, R. D. 4 

Walter C, blacksmith, Post Off PI; h. 102 Pleasmit 

Willis E., student U. of M., Law Sch., Bangor, bds 157 Maine 
Robei-tson, Herbert L., ,ianitor Town Bldg, 22 Pleasant 

Levi T., 22 Pleasant 

INIary, II., Miss, book keeper Bruns. Steam Laundry, rms 98 
Union 

Robert, Prop Bruns. Steam Laundry, 22 Pleasant 
Robinson, Alvah C, farmer, 2 Hacker rd. R. D. 4 

Arthur L., student Harvard Law school, 214 :Maine 

Frank C, Prof. Chemistry, Mineralogy and Natural Science, 
Bowd. Coll., 214 Maine 

Mary, I\Irs., wks Cabot ]\Till. bds 28 Federal 
Melvin, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., Church rd 

Olive G., Mrs., 47 Harps well 

Percis W., Mrs., wid of J. Walter, R. D. 4 
Rogers, 'Edw. A., farmer, Mere Pt R. D. 3 

Gorham, retired, prop Harding farm 

Lizzie S., Miss, Harpswell rd R. D. 3 

Lucy W., Mrs., wid Chas. A., 178 ]\Iaine 

IMabel, Mrs., wid of J. 0., 19 Potter 

IMareia E., Miss, l)ds 178 IMaine 

Sarah E., Mrs., Avid of N. P., Harpsw(41 rd. R. D. 3 
Rosen, Dan I., tailor and repairer, 186yo jMainc; h, 17 Flni 

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Ross, Thomas, retired, 11 Spring- 
Walter C, stone cutter, 7 Elm 

Rossner, Otto II., engraver, 54 Jordan ave 

Rousseau, Jos. II., attorney at law, 11 -4 ^faine; li, 6 Spring 

Roy, Abbie INIiss, 61 Union 

Alfred, emp M. C. R. R., 61 Union 
G. Joseph, physician, 9 Gilman ave 
Gideon, laborer, 18 Diuining 
Jean, emp Cabot Mill, 25 Mill 
Joseph, emp Cabot Mill, 5 Union 

Royal, "William, town farm, 44 Water 

Ruest, Joseph Jr., emp Cabot ]Mill, 8 Cushing 

Rundlette, Frances, Miss, 76 Federal 

Sadler, Chas. E., farmer, Merriconeag rd, R. D. 3 

Edw. M., farmer, INIerriconeag rd, R. D. 3 

Frances M., Miss, Merriconeag rd, R. D. 3 

Gertrude E., Miss, Merriconeag rd, R. D. 3 

M. Jane, INIrs., wid of Thomas S., 16 Cuml)erland 

Mary J., IMrs., wid T. S., Merriconeag rd, R. D. 3 
Saindon, Alphonze, emp Cabot Mill, 11 Oak 

Alphonse, fireman, Cabot Mill, 39 Mill 

Arthur, Cabot Mill, 39 ]\Iill 

Joseph, Cabot Mill, bds 39 Mill 
Saintonge, E. T., painter, 16 Swett 

George, fireman, pumping station, 60 Water 

George Jr., clerk, 22 Oak 

Joseph, emp Cabot Mill, 43 Union 

Ludger, clerk, 45 Union 

Omer, clerk G. B. Ridley, Ixls Water street 

Telesphore, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 43 Union 
Samson, Rosanna, emp Cabot ]Mill, l)ds 3 Cabot 
Sanders, Clara, Mrs., Church rd 
Sanford, Mary W., Miss, teacher, 12 Lincoln 
Saratzounis, Geigorios, emp Cabot Mill, rms 129 IMaine 
Satterthwaite, Elizabeth Miss, l)ds 5 McLellan 
Saunders, Phillip D., electrician, 48 Harpsv/ell 

T. IMarshall, eiig M. C. R. R., 28 Dunning 




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Savage, Clias. B., farmer, Coombs rd, R. D. 3 

Chas. B. Jr., Coombs rd, R. D. 3 

Elizabeth, Mrs., bds 8 Oilman ave 

Jesse Jr., laborer, 61 Jordan ave 

John A., laborer, Ma(|uoit 

Mary E., Mrs., Avid of I. T., cook 12 Elm 
SaM-yer, Albert L., emp C. M. Bryant, Bath rd 

Clarence E., lawyer, ll'oi/2 Elaine; res, Woodfords 

Hervietta G., Mrs., music teacher, 68 Pleasant 

Hiram, emp M. C. R. R., 85 Union 

James E., mason, 68 Pleasant 
Scott, Edna M., j\Iiss, 18 Cumberland 

James E., loom fixer, 18 Cumberland 
Scribner, D. & C. E., Grist :\Iill & Grain Dlrs, etc., 2 Maine 
Seco, Hiram L., brick mason, h, 15 Elm 
Seel, Samuel, spinner, 6 iMiddle 
Senter, Wilbur F., dealer dry and fancy goods, 122 Maine, h, 8 

Cumberland 
Shaw, Fred I., drug clerk, 134 j\Iaine ; h, 47 Pleasant 
Shepherd, George, wood chopper, 23 Water 

Mark C, Cabot Mill, 7 Mason 

Marie Louise, Mrs., wid of Frederic, housework, 77 Water 
Sherman, Geo. W., box maker, 12 Franklin 

Hannah, Mrs., wid R. W., 12 Franklin 

Millard E., hack driver, 13 Middle 

Ralph, yard master, Bath, 7 jMiddle 
.Shorey, Ada F. I\Irs., wid of F. W. clerk W. F. Senter Dry 

Goods store, 12 Stetson 
Silley, ]\Iary J., ]\Irs., wid S. L., 22 McLellan 
Sills, Kenneth C. M., Prof, of Latin Language and Literature, 

Bowd. Coll., 31 Federal 
Silsby & Co., Sails & AAATiing mfrs, 76 ]Maine 
Simpson, Adelard, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 34 Mill 

Annie M., Mrs., wid of I. H., 8 McKeen 

Chas. S., dentist & farmer, Higliland rd, R. D. 4 

Clarence, Mrs., wid of Bernard, 47 IMaine 

Ernest, laborer, 20 ]\lill 

Florence I. Mrs., Pleasant 



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Henry T., farmer, River rd, R. D. 4 

Herbert L., farmer, Bath rd 

Pliedime, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 47 i\Iaine 

Regina, Miss, music teacher, 14 Mill 

Roland, farmer, Prince's Pt. rd 

Sarah A., Mrs., 64 Pleasant 
Simmons, Alvecia, 21 Great Is. rd, R. D. 1 
Sinclair, Lemuel W., student Worcester academy, 11 xMcLellan 

Sarah M. i\Irs., wid of Chas. T., 11 I\IcLellan 
Singer, Max, Dry and Fancy Goods, Cloaks, Suits and Furs, ))us, 

50 Maine ; h, 9 Market 
Skinner, Sarah M., Mrs., 32 Gushing, wid of C. II., emp Cabot 

Mill 
Skolfield, Ann, :\Iiss, Mere Pt. rd, R. D. 3 

Frances R., INliss, 25 Cumberland 

George L.,Capt., retired ship master, 153 Maine 

G. Lincoln, student Bowd. Coll., bds 153 Maine 

L. A., ]\Irs., wid of Robert, res 15 Potter 

John B., farmer, Mere Pt rd, R. D. 3 

Katie, IMrs., wid of T. B., Mere Pt. rd, R. D. 3 

Samuel, Capt., retired shipmaster, h 159 Maine 
Small, Henry, emp Cabot mill, res 28 Dunning 
Smith, Alice E.. domestic, 25 JNIcLellan 

Arthur W., mason, 78 Federal 

Belle H., Miss, Prin. Bath St. Primary School, bds 50 Fed- 
eral 

Bertie H., barlier, bds 12 Bowker 

Bessie A., Miss, bds 50 Federal 

Charley, laborer, 29 Water 

Chas. F., emp M. C. R. R. Bath, Me., 25 JMcLellan 

Earl B, Bowd. Coll. student, bds 50 Federal 

Edith, 49 Harpswell 

Etta, Mrs., 25 McLellan 

Fred, laborer, bds 29 Water 

Geo. F., emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 12 Bowker 

Harry S., marble cutter, emp Bruns. Marble & Granite Co., 
9 Middle 

Helen, Mrs., 29 Water 



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Helen, Miss, 29 Water 

Helen F., ]\[iss, Dealer & Importer Fine Japanese Dress 
Goods, Ixls 12 Cumberland 

Henry C, Variety Store 70 Maine ; h, 129 Maine 

Ida K., 59 Ilarpswell 

J.AVm., (Frost & Smith) IIG Maine; h, Auburn, Me. 

James, Town Farm, 4-4 Water 

James, laljorer, bds 58 ]\Iill 

John II., carpenter, Harpswell rd, R D. 3 

John W., clam digger, IMerriconeag rd, R. D. 2 

Katherine S. M., 15 Everett 

L. W., farmer. Mere Pt. rd, R. D. 3 
Smith & Lenton, harness makers, carriage trimmers, trunks & 
bags, (Sam ^I. Smith, J. J. Lenton) 160 Maine 

Lj-man E., clerk, Bd of Selectmen, 12 Cumberland 

]\Iary A., oNIrs., wid of Rufus. 8 Stanwood 

ilay P., :\Irs., 15 Everett 

Newman II., machinist, 16 ]\IcLellan 

Sam M., (Smith & Lenten) 14 Pleasant 

Samuel, retired, 59 Harpswell 

Sarah E., Mrs., Avid D. L., 50 Federal 

Sidney, coal team driver, Harpswell rd, R. D. 3 

Samuel, peddler, 31 Water 

Wm. E., emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 51 Pleasant 
Snow, Ab])ie E., Merriconeag rd, R. D. 2 

A. Irvin, grocer ; bus, 197 ]Maine ; h, 66 Ilarpswell 

Alva, farmer, ]\Ierrieoneag rd, R. D. 2 

Anna J., teacher of Science, 11 Lincoln 

Belle M., M\hs, book keeper, G. C. Stetson, 96 Pleasant 

Carroll, clerk Eagle Hotel. l)ds 10 Cleaveland 

Catherine, Mrs., wid of John, 96 Pleasant 

Chas. E., farmer. New INIeadows rd, R. D. 3 

Clias. W., Instructor English & Argumentation, Bowd. Coll., 
rms 72 Federal 

Edgar M., retired, rms 76 ]Maine 

E. S., ]\Irs., wid of E. II., wks 11 Lincoln 

Flora A., I\Iiss, clerk J. F. Will Co., 96 Pleasant 

Frank L., (L. D. Snow & Sons) 2d selectman, 69 Pleasant 

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promptly, reasonably priced, reliable goods. 

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Fred D., bakery, 80 Pleasant 

Harry U., (L. D. Snow & Sons) bds 20 Pleasant 

Isaac B., fanner, JMerrieoneag rd, R. D. 2 

Isaac H., game & fish warden, 16 Cleaveland 

James, book keeper, bds 30 Pleasant 

Jennie D., Miss, book keeper, Union National Bank, 90 Pleas- 
ant 

J. Frank, farmer, River rd, R. D. 4 

John F., farmer. Coombs rd, R. D. 3 

L. D. & Sons, Groceries, Feed, Paints, Oils, etc., 113 iMaine ; 

Larkin D. (L. U. Snow & Sons) h, 26 Pleasant 

Mary E., Mrs., wid of li., Dnrham rd, R. D. 4 
Snowflake Canning Co., mfrs Canned Goods (Baxter Bros. Co.) 

Cor. Maine & Dunlap 
SOULE, W. STANLEY, barljer, 188 ]\Iaine ; h & livery stable, 

40 Franklin. See p 10 
Spaulding, Emma A., 11 Bowker 
Spinney, Annie L., Mere Pt. rd 

Inez P., Mere Pt. rd 

Palmer 0., farmer, butter & poultry, Mere Pt. rd 
Springwater Ice Co., (Simeon C, Simeon E. & Fred i\[. Coffin) 

Harpswell st, R. D. 3 
Stanwood, Annie W., Mrs., wid of Thomas, 10 Water 

David E., painter, 2 Stanwood 

Emily R., Mrs., wid of Amos, 61 Federal 

Frank 0., grocer, 77 Pleasant, h, do. 

Harry, 61 Federal 

Henr}^, bookbinder, 16 Boody 

John R., collector of taxes, Town Bldg., h, 16 liank 
STANWOOD, ROBERT H., (Knight & Stanwood) Coal Co., 

h, 285 Maine 
Staples, Dr. Albert II., dentist, h, 21 Federal 

Daniel A., farmer, Highland rd, R. D. 4 

E. ]\Iaisie, Miss, teacher Pleasant St. Primary Sch., 6S 
Pleasant 

Forest E., carpenter, 21 Federal 

George B., emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 21 Federal 

Josiah II., millwright, Pejeps. Pap. Co., 21 Federal 




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Star Lunch, El;er P. Holmes, Pro})., 170 Maine 
Starrett Edw., B. Inmhennan, 179 Maine 
Statlios, Peter, einp Cabot Mill, bds 31 Maine 
St. Cyr, Amedee, laborer, 1 Union 

Jean, enip Cabot j\Iill, bds 4 Mill 
Stephenson, Frank H., Prop. Garage JMiddle St., 17 High 

Ruth A., Mi's., Avid of Jerome, 17 High 
Stetson, Aiiuee L., j\liss, teacher, Bath St. Primary, 35 Cumlierl'd 

Alvah D., Coll. student, 35 Cumberland 

Annabel, Miss, Prop. Antiquity shop, 147 Maine; h, 10 
Spring 

Bertha M., Miss, Asst. Librarian Curtis Lib., 12 Federal 

Edward K., clerk Harvey Stetson's Sons, 12 Federal 

Dr. Elbridge G. A., IM. D., off. 98 Maine; h 174 Maine 

Ella i\I., Miss, 10 Federal 

Evelyn A., Miss, teacher Union St. Primary, 35 Cumberland 

Frank jM., clerk Maine Central Cafe, 35 Cumberland 

Geo. C, dlr Dry & Fancy Goods, 54 Maine ; h, IG Pleasant 

Harvey S., emp Harvey Stetson's Sons, l)ds 24 Cuml)erland 

Henry A. & Willard IL, (Harvey Stetson's Sons) Furniture, 
Carpets, Window shades & Bedding, 68 Maine 

Henry A., (Harvey Stetson's Sons) h, 24 Cumberland 

Irving, policeman, bds 12 Federal 

John A., book keeper, 35 Cumberland 

Joseph, retired, 10 Spring 

Dr. Jos. S., dentist, oif. 98 IMaine; h, 19 Everett 

Lucy A., Miss, seamstress, 35 Cumberland 

Mary, Miss, 16 Cleaveland 

Willard H., undertaker, (Harvey Stetson's Sons) 12 Federal 

Wm. A., assistant road master, M. C. R. R., 5 Noble 
Stevens, Albert IT., carpenter, Brunswick rd, R. D. 3 

Theodore A., farmer, Bath rd, R. D. 3 

Wm. L., blacksmith, 304 Maine 
Stewart, E. M., oiler steamer Mineola, Maquoit rd, R. D. 3 

John T., farmer, 14 ]\Iaquoit rd, R. D. 3 

Polly, Mrs., 52 Pine 
Stimpson, A. Lemont, carpenter, 98 Pleasant 

Guy A., emp M. C. R. R.. 98 Pleasant 

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INEXX TO TO WIN HAUL 

We pride ourselves on the good quality of our goods, only the 
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Bessie M., N. E. T. & T. opr, bcls 98 Pleasant 

John B., farmer, Durham rd, R. D. 4 
Stinchfield, Chas. P., retired printer, 8 Everett 
St. John Baptiste Convent, Sister M. Louis X. Superior of 12 Sis- 
ters, 12 Oak 
St. Laurent, Dolor, emp Cabot Mill, 3 Water 

George, emp Cabot IMill, bds 14 Oak 
Stone, Charles E., public carriage, 7 Town Bldg. PL 

Fred C, emp Cabot Mill, 18 Cleaveland 

Lillian N., Miss, clerk dry goods store, bds 18 Cleaveland 
Storer, Alfred W., brick mason, Harpswell rd, R. D. 1 

Herbert B., brick mason, Harpswell rd, R. D. 1 

Chas. E., painter, Bath rd, R. D. 3 

Chas. H., painter & paper hanger, IIIV2 Maine; li, IG Jor- 
dan ave 

Ellen R., Mrs., w:d of Henry M., 16 Jordan ave 

Emeline, Miss, Bath rd, R. D. 3 

Emily, Miss, 7 High 

George A., farmer, Bath rd, R. D. 3 

Harriett J., Mrs., wid A. T., Harpswell rd, R. D. 1 

John G., carpenter, 64 Pleasant 

Margaret D., Miss, forelady Baxter Pap. Box Co., h, 16 Jor- 
dan ave 

Rufus Y., teacher, Bath rd, R. D. 3 

Wilfred H., painter, Bath rd, R. D. 3 
Storey, Wm. H., teamster, 25 Jordan ave 
Stover, Eliza A., Mrs., R. D. 4 

Herman L., Treas. Topsham & Brunswick 25c Sav. Bank, bds 
49 Pleasant 

Lenniel H., retired, 49 Pleasant 

Susan J. j\liss, bds 49 Pleasant 
St. Pierre, Adolph, emp M. C. R. R., 12 Dunning 

Albert A. emp Fitzgerald Bros., Cook's Cor., R. D. 3 

Alex L., clerk E. S. Bodwell & Son, Cook's Cor., R. D. 3 

Arthur, emp Water Dist., 35 Gushing 

Arthur, farmer, 5 River 

Dosethe, weaver, Cabot Mill, 66 Union 

Edward L., clerk H. J. Given, Cook's Cor, R. D. 3 




GIVEN'S Ice Cream 

74 Maine Street. Phone 52-R 
78 l^RrNSWICK DIRECTORY 

Ernest, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 18 Mill 

Hiloire, emp Brmis. Mfg. Co., bds 35 dishing 

Josephine, Mrs., wid of Aiiguste, 22 Mill 

J., fish peddler, Pearl 

Louis, meat cutter, wks S. A. AValker, R. D. 3 Cook's Cor 

Noel, laborer, 35 Gushing 

Pierre, stone work, 30 High 

Theodore, laborer, 10 Cabot 

Thomas, laborer, 22 Mill 
Strout, Chas. F., road commissioner, 23 McLellan 

Chas. M., emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 14 Dunlap 

Clarence, teamster, D. & C. E. Scribner, gristmill, 3 Stone 

E. A. Co. The, (C. A. Randall Dist. Mgr.) farm & country 
real estate, 136 Maine 

Jonas W., machinist, 26 Bowker 

Leeman F., teamster, 23 McLellan 

Leon, photographer, 48^/^ Pleasant 

Leroy, teamster Pejeps. Co., 5 Stone 

Lincoln, laborer, 58 AVater 

Wm. H., keeper Town Farm, 44 Water 
Stuart, Chas. H., pu])lic carriage, 13 Mason 

G. Walter, nmgr Postal Telegraph & Cable Co., 13 Mason 

Lewis W., printer, emp G. M. Wheeler, Towti Bldg., bds 
13 Mason 
Stubbs, Henry S., carpenter, 57 Jordan ave 
Sullivan, Frederic, emp Me. Cent. Freight Ho., h, 13 Boody 

Sarah, IMrs., wid of S., 13 Boody 
Sutherland, F. P., farmer, River rd, R. D. 4 

Ira A., travelling salesman & merchant, 29 Cumberland 

Murdoch, supervisor M. C. Signal Service, 18 Lincoln 
Swan, Eli J., insurance agent, bds 15 Jordan ave 
Swett, Benj. E., retired, 42 Pleasant 
Swift, Carolina, Mrs., wid of B. S., 6 Lincoln 

Margaret, Miss, dress maker, 6 Lincoln 
Sylvester, Adelaide, Mrs., wid of Frank, 29 Jordan ave 

Fred E., emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 31 School 

Geo., farmer. Pleasant Hill rd, R. D. 4 
George, farmer, Freeport, R. D. 3 



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BRUN.SWKK DIRECTORY 79 

Lewis T., butcher, 2 Durham rd, R. D. 4 
Ella M., dress maker, Durham rd, R. D. 4 
Susan E., Mrs., wid of Joseph, Durham rd, R. 1). 4 

Tarbox Express Co., Frank E. Carver, agent, 67 ]\Iaine 
Tarr, 3Irs. Bertha J., wid of A. J., Prince's ]*t. rd 

Harvey A., farmer. Prince's Pt rd 
Tardif, Alphonse, emp Cabot ]\lill, bds 13 Gilman ave 

Elzear, Mrs., 13 Gilman ave 

Joseph, emp j\I. C. R. R., 19 Gilman ave 

i\Iarie, Mrs., emp Cabot Mill, bds 13 Gilman ave 

Philip, emp Electric road, bds 13 Gilman ave 
Tetrault, Flavien, emp Cabot Mill, 9 St(me 

Eloi, emp M. C. R. R., 57 Mill 

Paul, emp M. C. R. R., 19 Union 
Tetu, Alfred, emp Cabot mill, res 41 JNIill 

Ludger, Baker, ]\Iill, 39 I'nion 

Thomas, emp M. C. R. R., 19 Union 
Thayer, Lucy, ]\Irs., dress maker, 7 Everett 

Plina M., emp Cabot Mill, 6 School 

Wm. P., janitor school houses, 14 ^liddle 
Theberge, Celanire, 27 Mill 

Emile, l)arber, 8 Dunning 

Esther, Mrs., wid of Alexis, res 9 Oak 

0., card grinder, 14 Center 

Theophile, emp Cabot Mill, 21 Gilman ave 

Wilfred, clerk, 9 Oak 
Theriault, Arthur, lumber contractor, Brunswick rd, R. D. 3 

Edmee, emp Cabot Mill, 1 Mill 
Therrien, Delphis, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 25 Mill 

Edmond. emp M. C. R. R., 71 ]\Iill 

Joseph Jr., emp Cabot Mill, 18 Swett 
Theta Delta Chi Ho, Maine, cor McKeen 
Thibodeau, Ida, Miss, emp Ca])ot Mill, rms 52 ^Mill 
Thebault, Alline ]\Iiss, dressmaker, ])ds 9 Dunning 

Adelbert, emp Cabot Mill, l)ds Gushing 

Adele, ]\Irs., emp Cabot Mill, 18 Mill 

Celina, emp Cabot ]\Iill, bds 16 Dunning 



Qiven*s Candy Kitchen 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL- 74 Maine St. Phone 52-R 
80 BRUNSWICK DIRECTORY 

Tliibault, Cleophas, jobber, 24 Oak 

Claudia, Mrs., wid A., emp Cabot Mill, 22 Oak 

Elmire, Miss, bds 35 Mill 

Prank, farmer, Pleasant Hill rd 

Hermenegilde, enip Cabot Mill, 30 Bow 

Johnny, emp Caljot Mill, bds 24 Oak 

Joseph, emp M. C. R. R., Page 

Joseph, teamster, 16 Dunning 

Laura, emp Baxter Pap. Box Co., bds 24 Oak 

Leonce, emp M. C. R. R., 6 Oilman ave 

Marianne, emp Cabot Mill, bds 24 Oak 

jMatilda, Mrs., wid Joseph, emp Cabot Mill, 55 Mill 

Merilda, emp Cabot Mill, bds 9 Dunning 

Napoleon, laborer, 37 High 

Octave, machinist, vfks Bath, 9 Market 

Phebe, Miss, housekeeper, 30 ]\Iill 

Phedime, emp M. C. R. R., 18 Mill 

Wilfred, Pleasant Hill rd 
Thiboutot, Archille, laborer, 24 Dunning 

Thomas, Alice H., Miss, N. E. T. & T. Co. operator, bds 9 Stan- 
wood 

Andrew J., farmer, Bull Rock rd, R. D. 3 

Edwin W., farmer. Bull Rock rd, R. D. 3 

Ethel, Miss, wks 7 Bath 

Melville, farmer & milk dealer, Bull Rock rd, R. D. 3 

Winfield S., emp Cabot Mill, 7 Church rd 

Wm. K., tinsmith, 58 Maine ; h, 9 Stanwood 
THOMPSON, ALBERT E., picture framer, 93 Pleasant 
Seep 7 

Chas. F., farmer, Growstowu rd 

Daisy 0., Greenvvood rd 

Eleanor Miss, 93 Pleasant 

Elvira, Mrs., wid Oren, 12 Stetson 

Ethel B., Miss, ]\Iere Pt. rd, R. D. 3 

Harry F., Ins., Real Estate, See. Loan & Building Ass'n, 98 
Maine ; h, 14 Lincoln 

John E., emp Baxter Pap. Box Co., 93 Pleasant 

Josepli, farmer. IMere Pt. rd, R. D. 3 

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Nathan T. C, carpenter, Mere Pt. rd, R. D. 3 

Ralph L., student Bowd. Coll., 29 Federal 

Samuel S., travelling salesman, 29 Federal 

Simeon B., laborer, 59 "Water 
Thorn, John F., retired, 5 Stetson 
Thorne, Almira, Mrs., wid of E. S., bds 105 Pleasant 
Thorp, Wm. E., emp M. C. R. R., 10 Page 
Tibbetts, Geo. A., college student, 75 Pleasant 

Geo. L., paper maker, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 75 Pleasant 

Frank W., 28 School 

Ida M. Mrs., millinery, 112 ]\laine; h, 28 School 

Wm. F., 28 School 
Tondreau, Adjutor, clerk, 33 Union 

Auguste, tailor, bds 33 Union 

Corinne, dressmaker, bds 33 Union 

Emile, emp Cabot Mill, 19 Oak 

Flore, Mrs., wid of Louis B., 33 Union 

George, agent Metropolitan Ins. Co., 8 Gilman ave 

Mathias, laborer, 4 Swett 

Omer D., Pres. & jMgr. H. E. Emmons Co., h, 10 Franklin 

Rosanna, Miss, housework, 4 Federal 
Toomey, Hattie, Mrs., wid of John, wks Bowd. Hotel 
Toothaker, Albert, farmer. River rd 

Chas. H., painter, Harpswell rd, R. D. 3 

Daniel T., painter and paper hanger, 20 Cedar 

Elizabeth, Miss, teacher, rms 27 Pleasant 

Gilbert E., farmer, McKeen rd, R. D. 4 

Ora, Mrs., wid of Levi, h, 127 Maine 

Robert A., travelling salesman, 84 Union 

Prudence M., music teacher, 84 Union 

Sidney H., farmer. River rd 
Topsham & Bruns. 25c Savings Bank, (Samuel Knight president ; 
Herman L. Stover, treasurer) 46 Maine; 80 Maine after 
July 1, 1910. 
Torrey, Bessie A., Miss, emp Cabot Mill, rms 28 Federal 

Edward C. night clerk. Eagle Hotel, rms 28 Federal 

Minnie P., Mrs., wid of T. W., 28 Federal 
Totman, Alonzo, expressman, rms 64 Union 



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CIVEN'S Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL- 74 Maine St. Phone 52-R 
82 BRUNSWICK DIRECTORY 

Totten, Oswald L., electrician, 53 Harpswell 
Town Farm, W. li. Stroiit, keeper, 44 Water 
Towne, James, retired, Bath rd, R. D. 3 

Jesse, painter, Bath rd, R. D. 3 

John S., mineralogist & lapidary, 11 Center 

Franklin, farmer. River rd, R. D. 4 
TOWNSEND, CHARLES E., dealer carriages, sleighs & har- 
ness, 17 Town Bldg PI. ; prop Park Bowling Alleys, 186 
Maine ; h, 2 Lincoln. See p 9 

Florence, Mrs., wid Albert W., 156 Maine 

Frank D., student Bowdoin College, newspaper corresp, bds 
156 Maine 

Gertrude, Mrs., 11 Noble 
Tracey, James, emp Cabot IMill, 3 Cabot 
Trembley, Charles, laborer, 52 j\Iill 

Fred J., prop "Pictureland" Theatre, 24 Pleasant 

Louis, wood sawing machine, 22 Bow 
Trefethen, Henry A., wks E. S. Bodwell; h, 9 Franklin 
Trufant, Isaac, machinist, Brunswick rd, R. D. 3 
Tupper, James, laborer, bds 29 Water 

Mary, bds 29 Waiter 
Turner, Annie L., Mrs., dressmaker, 79 Pleasant 

George R., emp shoe shop, 79 Pleasant 
Tuttle, Jennie, Mrs., waitress, 6 Columbia ave 

Union Nat'l Bank (Barrett Potter, i^resident; J. W. Fisher cash- 
ier) 120 Maine 
Upton, Henry C, retired, 19 Lincoln 

Vachon, Joseph, emp Cabot Mill yard, 5 Union 

Ludivine, emp Cabot Mill, 5 LTnion 
Vallas, Caterine, emp Cabot JMill, 14 Cabot 

Dimitro, emp Cabot Mill, 14 Cabot 

George, emp Cabot Mill, 14 Cabot 
Vandall, Noel, groceries & provisions, 1 Union; h, 71 Cumberl'd 
Varney, A. Frank, shoe maker & agt Hoyt's Express, 69 Maine; 
h, 5 Bank 

Alice B., Miss, emp office, Bath, bds 111 Pleasant 

Stop at our store and let us take the order for your groceries 
and meats. We give you polite attention and all orders filled 
promptly, reasonably priced, reliable goods. 
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BRUNSWICK DIRECTORY 83 

Evelyn I., Miss, stenographer Baxter Pap. Box Co., bds 111 
Pleasant 
VARNEY, HAUBY Y^., jeweler and engraver, bus, 91 
Maine; bds 5 Bank, Phone 255-J. 

Hattie Mrs., wid of James, 130 Pleasant 

Helen L., teacher Hopedale, Mass., bds 5 Bank 

Kingsbury M., shingle sawyer, 12 Coffin 

Lilla G., Miss, book keeper, Caliot Mfg Co., bds 111 Pleasant 

Lindley M., brick mason. 111 Pleasant 

Lydia, Mrs., wid of Leonard, nurse, Durham rd 

Nora E., Miss, bds 130 Pleasant 

Wylie R., emp M. C. R. R., bds 130 Pleasant 

Louis, wood sawing machine, 122 Bow 
Vermette, Charles, emp M. C. R. R., 21 Dunning 

Geoffrey, emp Cabot Mill, bds 21 Dunning 

Joseph, emp M. C. R. R., 53 Mill 

Ludger, clerk, bds 21 Dunning 
Vien, Wilhelmine, Miss, emp Cabot Mill, bds 8 Gilman ave 
Vinney, Paul, emp Cabot Mill, 39 Water 
Vose, George L., civil engineer, 10 Cumberland 

Wade, Elden G., trained nurse, 26 Jordan 

Hannah, Mrs., wid of Nelson, 26 Jordan ave 
Wagg, Louisa, Mrs., wid of Charles, 3 Dunning 
Walker, Blanche, Miss, 24 Jordan ave 

Walker's Market, meats and provisions (S. A. Walker), 117 
Maine ; h, 24 Jordan ave 

Geo. Y., fireman and engineer, Bath rd, R. D. 3 

Harry A., emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 72 Jordan ave 

Hiram A., emp Meat Market, 23 Stetson 

John, painter, 72 Jordan ave 

John T., retired, 1 Stetson 

Sarah, Mrs., wid of G. W., 22 Bowker 

Stephen A., prop Walker's Market, 117 Maine; h, 24 Jordan 
ave 

Walter L., clerk meat market, 11 Stetson 

Wilbur, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 53 Jordan ave 

Wm., farmer off. Durham rd, R. D. 4 

Sale and 
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Civen's Smokers' Supplies 

B. B, B. Pipes. 74 Maine Street. Phone 52-R 
84 BRUNSWICK DIRECTORY 

Wallace, Asa L., laborer Maquoit rd, R. D. 3 

Emery C, sea captain 11 McLellan 

James, laborer, IMaqiioit R. D. 3 
Walsh, John T., machinist, 35 Nol)le 
Ward, Daniel, laborer, Gt. Is. rd 

Hannah M., Mrs., 4 Dunning 

Lydia, Miss, 4 Dunning 

Lj^dia A. Mrs., wid of Libbeus B., 11 Center 

Mabel, 1 Great Is rd 

Mary B. Miss, organist First Parish Church, 4 Dunning 

Wilbur C, painter, 12 Cleaveland 

William, laborer, bds 8 Gilman ave 
WATSON, ANGIE B., MISS, chiropodist, off. 97 Maine; h, 9 

Noble. See inside I'ront cover. 
WATSON, DR. CARR W. D. Y. S. M. D. C, Yeterinary Hos- 
pital, 3 Cedar ; h, 9 Noble. See inside front cover 

George A., ship fitter, Brunswick rd, R. D. 3 

Michael 0., works Bath Iron Wks, R. D. 3 

Osmond W., ship fitter, Bath, R. D. 3 

Perley N., supt bridges & buildings ]\I. C. R. R., 5 Noble 

R. J., Mrs., 13 Stone 

Sarah M., IMrs., wid of Sidney, 9 Noble 
Watts, Grace, sliue shop opr., Freeport 

Mason A., farmer, Moodj'' rd, R. D. 4 
Weatherill, Edith H., Miss, 34 School 

Edward H., Bowd. Coll. student, 34 School 

Frank P., travelling salesman, h, 34 School 
WEBB, F. C, groceries & provisions, l)oots. shoes, dry goods, 20 
J\Iaine ; h, 10 Lincoln 

F. C. WEBB 

Dealer in 
FANCY GROCERIES, MEATS and PROVISIONS 

Telephone 
20 MAINE STREET, BRUNSWICK, MAINE 

Webber, Albert L., truckman, 55 Jordan ave 
A. R. Mrs., wid Albert R., 7 Stetson 
Hiram A., photographer, 98 ]\Iaine ; bds 8 Lincoln 

MgFAODEN'S grocery and HEAT MARKET 

INEXX TO TO>>'IN HALL 

We pride ourselves on the good quality of our goods, only the 
best of good things grocerywise here. 



Maine St. BODWELL & SON ^Se^ 

The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing 

BRUNSWICK DIRECTORY 85 

WEBBER, GEO. B., photographer and picture framer, 98 

Maine ; h, 157 Maine. See p 8 
Weeman, Abbie C. Miss, 26 Dunning 
Weeks, Fannie J., Mrs., wid of L. M., 7 Pleasant 

Harry, travelling salesman, 20 Bank 
Welch, Frank H., emp Baxter Pap. Box Co., 14 Bank 

Margaret, Miss, emp Inman Inn, 11 Pleasant 
Westcott, Henry W., market gardener, 3 River 
Wheatley, Viola, emp Baxter Pap. Box Co., bds 8 Center 
Weybrant, Clark, emp jNIe. Cent. Cafe., rms 179 ]\Iaine 
Wheeler, Albert A., farmer, Prince's Pt. rd, R. D. 1 

Edward W., lawyer ( Wheeler. & Howe) h, 31 Federal 

Eldrich, clerk Geo. Stetson, 13 Federal 

Frank, Citizens' Laundry, 17 Dunlap 

Gilbert M., traveling salesman & printer. Town Bldg; h, 9 
Page 

Hattie, Mrs., wid of J., 13 Federal 

Hannah, Mrs., wid of Iliram, Prince's Pt rd, R. D. 1 
AVheeler & Howe (Edw. W. AVheeler, G. Allen Howe), attorneys- 
at-Law, cor Maine & Bank 

Mary I., I\rrs., wid of H. W., 31 Federal 
White, Charles H., sailor, 65 Water 

Laura Mrs., travelling saleslady, bds 6 Cedar 

Marguerite, Town Farm, 44 Water 

Percival W., 275 Maine 

Richard, student Bowdoin College, 275 Maine 
Whitehouse, Geo. E., groceries & provisions, 193 Maine; h, 268 

Maine 
Whitmore, Helen M., ]\liss, h, 63 Federal 

Ellen J., Miss, 82i/o Federal 

Stephen C, attorney-at-law, recorder IMunicipal Ct., Dis- 
closure Com'r, off. 76 Maine; h, 63 Federal 
Whitney, John E., emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 5 Stetson 
Whitten, Frederick C, mail carrier, 17 Cleaveland 

Myra A., Mrs., wid of S. T., 17 Cleaveland, 
Whittier, Frank N., M. D. professor hygiene and physical train- 
ing; professor pathology and bacteriology, Bowd. Coll., 
161 Maine 




GIVEN'S Ice Cream 

74 Maine Street. Phone 52-R 
86 BRUNSWICK DIRECTORY 

Wight, Peiiey A., farmer, River rd, R. D. 4 

Allen, farmer, River rd, R. D. 4 
Wilder, Gerald G., assistant librarian, Bowd. Coll., h, 7 McKeen 
W^iley, James, baker, 8 Elm 

Will, Edgar A., optometrist, 98 Maine; h, 40 Cumberland 
WILL, J. F. & CO., dry goods, ladies' suits & coats, carpets, 
draperies, etc. (Jas. F. Will pres, John L. Purington, 
treas). See p 2 
WILL, JAS. FRED, (pres J. F. Will & Co.) h, 15 High 

Theodore D., watchmaker, 98 Maine ; bds 40 Cumberland 
Willes, Geo. D., Supt Trenton Spar mill, Topsham, 5 Potter 

W. D., miner, 5 Potter 
Willett, Chas. P., brakeman M. C. R. R., 15 Bath 
Willis, Edw. H., 49 Cumberland 
Williams, Evelyn, bds 8 Gilraan ave 

Geo. H., farmer, River rd 

Howard L., farmer. Moody rd 

Harry E., rural mail carrier. River rd, R. D. 4 

Herbert E., M. C. R. R. carpenter, 38 School 

Lenora, Miss, 11 McKeen 

Wm. S., farmer, Moody rd 
Wilson, A. E. Mrs., wid of D. H., 4 School 

Albert H., emp shoe shop, Bunganuc rd, R. D. 4 

Bertha, Miss, 70 Jordan ave 

Ernest, mason, 7 Stone 
WILSON, FREDERICK H., druggist, mfr patent medicines, 
82 Maine ; h, 10 High 



WILSON'S PHARMACY 

Established 1820 
82 iVCA-INE STREET, BRUNSWICK, MAINE 

John, farmer. Ward rd 

John A., farmer. Highland rd, R. D. 4 

John E., mason, Bunganuc rd, R. T>. 4 

Horace S., carpenter, 282 Maine 

Howard, farmer & mason, Casco rd, R. D. 4 



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CLOTHING, HATS AND FURNISHINGS 

BRUNSWICK DIRECTORY 87 

Lizzie D., Mrs., wid of Jefferson, 7 Stone 

Margaret L., Miss, violinist, bds 10 High 
Winchell, Jennie F., Mrs., wid of John P., h, 169 Maine 

John P., emp Cabot Mill, bds 169 Maine 

Melvina, Miss, emp Baxter Pap. Box Co., 16 Center 

Sue S., Miss, music teacher, bds 169 IMaine 
Wing, Harry M., drives truck team, 11 Stetson 
Winship, Julia Mrs., 254 IMaine 
Winslow, Carrie E., waitress Eagle Hotel, 42 Harpswell 

Chas. D., farmer, Durham rd, R. D. 4 

Charles H., carpenter Bowd. Coll., 15 Dunning 

Fred C, painter, 42 Harpswell 

Josie, Mrs., fancy work, wid of John 
Wissman, Lucy Mrs., 4 School 

Woodard, Cora, Miss, emp Baxter Pap. Box Co., 18 School 
Woodward, Augusta, Mrs., wid of Wm. G., Hardings R. D. 3 

Barton J., emp M. C. R. R., bds 10 Noble 

Frank M., switchman M. C. R. R., bds 10 Noble 

Harry L., farmer, Hardings, R. D. 3 

Horace E., farmer, Coombs rd 

Lettie, Mrs., wid of Samuel, Great Island rd 

Lula M. Miss, cashier J. F. Will & Co., bds 11 Page 

Mary, Mrs., wid of Wm. B., 10 Noble 

Osborne T., farmer, 11 Page 

Samuel, farmer, 11 Page 
Woodruff, Edith S., ]\Iiss, bds 262 Maine 

Frank E., professor Greek language and Literature Bowd. 
College, 262 Maine 

John H., M. D., physician, h, 262 Maine 

Robert T., attorney-at-law, student Harvard Law school, h, 
262 Maine 
Woodside, Edward H., sales stable. Post Office PL, h, 5 High 

Ella M., Mrs., wid of J. A., 8 Spring 

E. Josephine Miss, 8 Spring 

Fannie A., Miss, 5 High 

Harry, farmer, Maquoit rd, R. D. 3 

Hiram A., farmer, Maquoit rd, R. D. 3 

John 0., carpenter M. C. R. R., 5 Summer 



Qiven^s Candy Kitchen 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL- 74 Maine St. Phone 52-R 
88 BRUNSWICK DIRECTORY 

Julia M., Miss, 5 High 

Laura, Mrs., wid of Russell, R. D. 4 

Mary Miss, 5 High 
Work, William, retired, P. 0. Bath 
Wottan, Emily, Mrs., emp Cabot Mill, bds 64 Pleasant 
Wright, Chas. E., foreman Harding farm, Hardings, R. D. 3 
Wyman, Ellen, Miss, bds 110 Union 

James A., carpenter, 110 Union 

York, Abram, emp cemetery, 17 Spring 

Chas. L., barber, 36 School 

Ernest E., book keeper, Pejeps. Pap. Co., 17 Spring 

Harry A., emp M. C. R. R., 17 Spring 

"John H., farmer, Durham rd, R. D. 4 

Thomas A., carpenter, 14 Stanwood 
YOUNG & AUSTIN, (W. B. Young, H. H. Austin) Carriage 
& Sign Painters, 71 Union 



Voung & Austin 

R AIINT BRS 

FIRST CLASS WORK ON CARRIAGES AND SLEIGHS 
Our Work is done Promptly and our Prices are Reasonable 

SIGN PAINTING A SPECIALTY 
71 UNION STREET, BRUNSWICK, MAINE 



Harry G., farmer, Durham rd, R. D. 4 
YOUNG, WM. B., carriage painter, Durham rd, R. D. 4 

Zeta Psi House, 20 College 



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RELIABLE CLOTHING FOR BOYS 

BRUNSWICK DIRECTORY 



89 



BOWDOIN COLLEGE 

Undergraduate Directory 



1910 



{By courtesy of Prof . Geo. T. Little, Librarian) 

Abbreviations: Appleton Hall, A. H. ; ]\Iaine Hall, M. H. ; 
Winthrop Hall, W. H. ; Alpha Delta Phi House, A. D. Ho. ; Beta 
Theta Pi House, Beta Ho. ; Delta Upsilon House, D. U. Ho. ; Del- 
ta Kappa Epsilon House, D. K. E. Ho.; Kappa Sigma House, 
Kap. Sig. Ho. ; Psi Upsilon House, Psi U. Ho. ; Theta Delta Chi 
House, T. D. Ho. ; Zeta Psi House, no abbreviation. 

UNDERGRADUATES 



SENIORS— Class op 1910 



Name 
Babbitt, George H., 
Ballard, Harold B., 
Boynton, Chester A., 
Brown, Stuart F., 
Cary, Charles A., 
Clifford, John D., 
Colbah, Henry J., 
Cole, Gardner W., 
Crosby, John L., 
Crossland, Edgar, 
Crowell, Ralph S., 
Deming, Clyde L., 
Easman, Richard R., 
Eaton. Carleton W.. 



Residence Room 

Albany, N. Y., A. D. Ho. 

Gardiner Kap. Sig. Ho. 



North Whitefield 

AVhitinsville, Mass 

East Machias 

Lewiston 

Dexter 

East Raymond 

Bangor 

Brunswick 



IW.H. 

Kap. Sig. 

D. K. E. Ho. 

A. D. Ho. 

7 A. H. 

7M. H. 

D. K. E. Ho. 

17 Cleveland St. 



Bangor D. K. E. Ho. 

Cornish Ctr., N. H. T. D. Ho. 
Ft. Fairfield Zeta Psi Ho. 

Calfiis 2o2 Maine St. 



II 




For Sale and to Rent 
Town Building 



TEL, 41.2 



JiiW.BilB! 



Civen's Smokers' Supplies 

B. B. B. Pipes. 74 Maine Street. Phone 52-R 



90 



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Name 
Edwards, Sumner, 
Evans, Frank C, 
Grace, Ralph B., 
Guptill, William S., 
Hale, Robert, 
Hamburger, James F., 
Hansen, Harlan F., 
Hawes, Henrv Q., 
Hill, Merrill C.. 
Hobbs, Elmer H., 
Kendrie, Frank E., 
Knight, Frank W., 
Marsh, Harold P., 
Martin, Robert B., 
Matthews, Edward C, Jr., 
Morss, Philip B., 
Morss, Robert D., 
Newman, William P., 
Nickerson, Parker T., 
Nulty, William B., 
Otis, Thomas, 
Peters, Clinton N., 
Robinson, Warren E., 
Ross, Rodney E., 
Rowell, Harold E., 
Sanborn, William H., 
Slocum, Harold W., 
Smith, Leon H., 
Stephens, Winston B., 
Stone, Alfred W., 
Thompson, Ralph L., 
To^^Tisend, Frank D., 
Tuttle, Raymond A., 
W^andtke, Alfred W., 
Warren, Herbert E., 
Webster, Edward H., 
Webster, Fred P. M. D., 
Webster, Sereno S., 
Weeks. Harold E., 
Weston, George C, 
Williams, Thomas W., 
Wing, Earl L., 
Wood^vard, Harry W., 



Residence 


Room 


Bethel 


23 A. H. 


Camden 


27W..H. 


Saco 


29 W. H. 



Gorham 11 Cleveland St. 

Portland Psi U. Ho. 

Hyde Park, IMass 23 A. H. 

Portland 14 A. H. 

Westbrook 23 AV. H. 

Gro veville (Buxton ) 29 W. H. 
Waterboro Beta Ho. 

Ocean Park Beta Ho. 

Rockland 11 Pleasant St. 

Sheldon, Vt. T. D. Ho. 

Augusta D. K. E. Ho. 

Portsmouth, N.H. D.K.E.Ho. 
Medford, Mass. 16 W. H. 

Medford, Mass. 7 W. H. 

Bar Harbor T. D. Ho. 

Boothbay Harbor 31 M. H. 
Buckfield 1 W. H. 

N.Bedford, Mass. Kap.Sig.Ho. 
Portland Psi U. Ho. 

Arlington, Mass. A. D. Ho. 

Kennebunk Psi U. Ho. 

Skowhegan 7 M. H. 

Portland Psi U. Ho. 

Albany, N. Y. T. D. Ho. 

Portland T. D. Ho. 

N. Bedford, Mass. A. D. Ho. 
Bangor 7 A. H. 

Brunswick 29 Federal St. 

Brunswick 156 Maine St. 

Freeport T. D. Ho. 

Lewiston D. U. Ho. 

Woodsville, N. H. 23 M. H. 

Washington, D. C, 8 M. H. 

Portland Portland 

Augusta Beta Ho. 

Fairfield Psi U. Ho. 

Augusta Beta Ho. 

Houlton D. K. E. Ho. 

Kingfield D. U. Ho. 

Col. Springs, Col. D. K. E.Ho. 



mgfadden's grocery and meat market 

INEXT TO TO^^'IX HALL, 

We pride ourselves on the good quality of our goods, only the 
best of good things grocerywise here. 



90 

Maine St. 




Brunswick 
Maine 



Dutchess Trousers 



10 CENTS A BUTTON 
$1,00 A RIP 



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JUNIORS— Class of 1911 



Name 
Allen, William C, 
Bailey, Ralph E., (1910) 
Berry, Harrison M., 
Bickmore, Harold V., 
Black, Fred C, 
Brummett, John L., 
Burgh, David T., 
Biirkett, Franz U., 
Burnham, Harold N., 
Burns, Frank H., 
Byles, Charles H., 
Callahan, William H., 
Cartland, John E., 
Clark, Linwood E., 
Cole, Arthur H., 
Curtis, John L.. 
Curtis, Willard H., 
Davis, Lawrence, 
Dreear, Samuel H., 
Emerson, Walter N., 
Fifield, Ernest G., 
Genthner, Sylvan B., 
Hansen, Philip H., 
Hastings, Hugh W., 
HaM^es, Charles B., 
Hichborn, Alden S., 
Hine, Harold K., 
Hine, Roderick P., 
Horsman, Read C, 
Hussey, Stetson H., 
Hyler, David S., 
Jolmson, Alfred W., 
John.son, John L., 
Kellogg, Chester E., 
Kern, Edward E., 
Kimball, Philip H., 
King, Elmer IT., 
Lawlis, Roliert ^I., 
McFarland, L., 
McGlone, Frank B., (1910) 
McLaughlin, Harry B., (1910) 
Macomber, George H., 
Marston. Harold P.. 



Residence 
St. Paul, ]\Iinn. 
Skowhegan 
Gardiner 
Augusta 
Rockland 
Roxbury, Mass. 
Westbrook 
Union 
Bridgton 
Bristol Mills 
Central Village, 
Lewiston 
Lisbon Falls 
Wilton 

Haverhill, Mass. 
Camden, 
Dennysville 
Bradford 
Washington, D. 
Bangor 

Conway, N. II. 
Newcastle 
Portland 
Fryeburg 
Bangor 
Augusta 
Dedham, Mass. 
Dedham, Mass. 
Princeton 
Blaine 
Rockland 
Augusta 
Houlton 
Melrose, Mass. 
Woodfords 
Gorham 
Syracuse, N. Y. 
Houlton 
Portland 
Natick, jMass, 

Albany, N. Y. 
Augusta 
Chicago. 111. 



D. 



D. 



Room 

K. E. Ho. 

Psi U. Ho. 

D. U. Ho. 

Beta Ho. 

Psi U. Ho. 

Beta Ho. 

17 W. H. 

K. E. Ho. 

Beta Ho. 

Zeta Psi Ho. 

Conn. 32W.H. 

31 W. H. 

Beta Ho. 

T. D. Ho. 

Psi U. Ho. 

Beta Ho. 

17 W. H. 

Beta Ho. 

12 A. H. 

Beta Ho. 

D. K. E. Ho. 

29 M. H. 

10 A. H. 
9 W. H. 

11 M. H. 
K. E. Ho. 

19 A. H. 
19 A. H. 

30 M. H. 
Zeta Psi Ho. 
Zeta Psi Ho. 

D. U. Ho. 

Zeta Psi Ho. 

21 A. H. 

Beta Ho. 

29 A. H. 

4 M. H. 

K. E. Ho. 

D. U. Ho. 

5 Cedar St. 

23 M. H. 

Beta Ho. 

T. D. Ho. 



D. 



D. 



For all 
Kinds of 



Insurance ";„ John W. Riley 



CIVEN'S Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco 



WHOLESALE & RETAIL 



74 Maine St. Phone 52-R 



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Name 
Merrill, William F., 
Meserve, Philip AY., 
Mikelsky, Lewis h., (1910) 
Miller, Paris E., 
Oram, Julius C, 
Oxnard, Charles L., 
Parkman, Lawrence P., 
Pierce, Stanley W., 
Pope, Alton S., 
Purington, Frank H., 
Redfern. Donald 
Roberts, John L., 
Robinson, Harrison L., 
Sanborn, Oliver X., 
Sanford, Gardner 
Skelton, Edward W., 
Skillin, Waldo T., 
Smith, Charles A., 
Smith, Earl B., 
Somes, Abraham J., 
Straw, Palmer, 
Sullivan, Richard W.. 
Weeks, DeForest, 
White, Harold S., 
Wliite, Joseph C, 
Wiggin, Harry L., 



Residence 
Skowhegan 
Portland 
Bath 

Cumberland Center 
Brunswick 
AY. Medford, Mass. 
Portland 
Bath 

Manchester 
Mechanic Falls 



Room 

Zeta Psi Ho. 

32 M. H. 

19 M. H. 

32W. H. 

30 M. H. 

29 A. H. 

8 W. H. 

11 W. H. 

8 McKeen St. 

14 W. H. 



Swampscott, Mass. Psi U. Ho. 
Brunswick 102 Pleasant St. 



Bangor 

Portland 

Boston, Mass. 

AYest Brooksville 

Hallowell 

AY. ]\Iedford, IMass 

Brunswick 

Alt. Desert 



11 W. H. 

Psi U. Ho. 

11 M. H. 

31 W. H. 

D. U. Ho. 

4M.H. 

50 Federal St. 

D. U. Ho. 



Portland 15 Cleaveland St. 
AY. Roxbury, Mass., D. U. Ho. 
Cornish D. U. Ho. 

Lewiston A. D. Ho. 

Bangor 9 W. H. 

Boston, Mass. D. K. E. Hq. 



SOPHOMORES— Class of 1912 



Adams, Charles F., Jr. 
Allen, James B., 
Atwood, William E., 
Auten, Aleredith B., 
Bailey, Charles 0. Jr., 
Bailey, Alertou G., 
Barbour, Elden G., 
Bradford, Eugene F., 
Bragdon, Lester L., 
Brooks, George C, 
Bryant, Herbert L., 
Burlingame, Alark AV., 
Chapin, AYilliam H., 
Churchill, Kenneth, 
Clarke. Chester L., 



Auburn T. D. Ho. 

Alt. Desert Psi U. Ho. 

Paris 8 M. H. 

Cass City, Mich. Psi U. Ho. 
Sioux Falls, S. D. 7 W. H. 
AYoodfords Beta Ho. 

Yarmouth ville 9 M. H. 

Bangor 11 A. H. 

AYells 31 A. H. 

Reading, Alass. D. K. E. Ho. 
Roimd Pond 2 A. H. 

AVinthrop, Alass. Zeta Psi Ho. 
Saco 32 W. H. 

Newtonville, Alass. 5 W. H. 
Portland Kaiipa Sig. Ho. 



Stop at our store and let us take the order for your groceries 
and meats. We give you polite attention and all orders filled 
promptly, reasonably priced, reliable goods. 
Sa-X3X^SOT<a' 3V£cX*.A.X>X>X3Pa- NEXT TO TOWN HALL 



90 

Maine St. 



BODWELL & SON 



Brunswick 
Maine 



CLOTHING, HATS AND FURNiSHINCS 

BRUNSWICK DIRECTORY 



93 



Name 
Clifford, William H., 
Cole, Philip P., 
Cole, Robert D., 
Cousins, Edgar F., 
Cressey, George F., 
Daniels, Theodore W., 
Davis, Francis W., 
Davis, Herbert A., 
Fisher, Ransom E., 
Foote, Lowell S., 
Foss, Reginald E., 
Fuller, Walter A., 
Gibson, Arthur C, 
Gillin, James McK. 
Gordon, Eugene B., 
Gray, Maurice H., 
Greenleaf, Walter J., 
Harrington, Francis E., 
Hart, Fred W., 
Hathaway, Raymond W., 
Houston, Robert C, 
Hurley, Jolm L., 
Joy, John H., 
Kateon, Fred L., 
Keating, Harry McL. 
Kent, Edward W., 
Kern, George C, 
King, Harold F., 
King, Robert P., 
Knowles, Stanley S., 
Leigh, Edward 0., 
Lincoln, Lendell D., 
Lippincott, Leon S., 
Locke, Herbert E., 
Long, Clarence R., 
McCormick, William A., 
McKenney, Jesse H., 
Madison, Arthur A., 
Makepeace, True E., 
Maloney, Earl F., 
Marsh, Seward J., 
Means, Leland G., 
Mifflin, John H., 
Morss, Edward L., 
Morton, Coll)y L., 



Residence Room 

Lewiston A. D. Ho. 

Bath 20 A. H. 

Arlington H'ts, :\rass. 16 A.H. 
Oldtown 262 Maine St. 

Portland 28 A. H. 

Natick, Mass. D. U. Ho. 

Newton, Mass. 22 M. H. 

Portland 16 A. H. 

Ridlonville 29 M. H. 

Dover, N. H. Beta Ho. 

Skowhegau 16 M. H. 

Bangor 22 M. H. 

Jamaica PL, Mass., 13 W. H. 
Bangor 15 W. H. 

Brewer Beta Ho. 

Oldtown D. K. E. Ho. 

Portland 24 W. H. 

Rockland Beta Ho. 

Camden 27 W. H. 

Providence, R. I., 5 M. H. 

Guilford D. K. E. Ho. 

Maiden, Mass., Zeta Psi Ho. 
Roxbury, Mass. 28 A. H. 

Bath 5 A. H. 

Rockland Harpswell St. 

Bremen 20 M. H. 

Woodfords 17 M. H. 

S.Scituate,R.I., 4 Cleaveland St 
Ellsworth Psi U. Ho. 

Augusta 17 M. H. 

Seattle, Wash. Kap. Sig. Ho. 
Wayne 4 Cleaveland St. 

Augusta 23 W. H. 

Augusta, 32 A. H. 

St. Albans, W.Va. 169 Maine St. 
S. Framingham, Mass. D. U. Ho. 
Brunswick 56 Pleasant St. 

Montgomery, Ala. 12 A. H. 
Farmington 15 M. H. 

So. Thomaston 24 M. H. 

Farmington D. U. Ho. 

Orle^^ns, Neb., D. K. E. Ho. 
Exeter, N. H. D. U. Ho. 

Medford, Mass. 16 W. H. 

Friendship D. IT. Ho. 



Morton, Col])v L., Friendship D. IT. Ho. 



'X*£:xjx:jF*3a:c:>3Nrx: 



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Qiven^s Candy Kitchen 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL- 74 Maine St. Phone 52-R 



94 BRL'NSW 


ICK DIRECTORY 




Name 


Residence 


Room 


Nichols, George H., 


No. Grafton, Mass. 28 W. H. 


O'Neil, Joseph C, 


So. Portland 


4 W. H. 


Parcher, Arthur H., 


Ellsworth 


17 M. H. 


Partridge, Ben W. Jr., 


Gardiner 


Psi U. Ho. 


Pratt, Lyde S., 


Farmington 


15 M. H. 


Purington, Ellison S., 


Mechanic Falls 


14 ^^\ H. 


Riggs, Benjamin H., 


Woodfords 


30 W. H. 


Rodick, Burleigh C, 


Freeport 


24 M. H. 


Russell Earle L., 


Portland 


30 A. H. 


Simpson, Frederick B., 


Bangor 


11 A. H. 


Skillin, Carl D., 


Hallowell 


13 M. H. 


Slocum, Frank D., 


Albany, N. Y., 


18 M. H. 


Smith, Frank A., 


Calais 


4 A. H. 


Spinney, William R., 


Freedom 


Kap. Sig. Ho. 


Sprague, Peleg W., 


Bath 


Bath 


Stewart, George H., 


Bath 


Bath 


Tibbetts, George A., 


Brunswick 


75 Pleasant St. 


Timberlake, Carl B., 


Lancaster, N. H 


:. 27 M. H. 


Torrey, Edward W., 


Peabody, Mass. 


30 W. H. 


Vannah, Harold P., 


W^inslow's Mills 


20 M. H. 


Walton, Everett P., 


New Vineyard 


14 M. H. 


Warren, Carle 0., 


Gorham 17 


Cleaveland St. 


Weatherill, Edward H. 


Brunswick 


34 School St. 


Weeks, Ernest E., 


Cornish 


D. U. Ho. 


White, Heman A., 


Bangor 


5 W. H. 


White, Richard F., x 


Brims wick 


273 Maine St. 


Wilson, Edmund, 


Portland 


22 W. H. 


Woodcock, Allan, 


Bangor 


3 A. H. 



FRESHMEN— Class op 1913 



Abbott, Chester G., 
Alexander, Moses B., 
Andrews, Harold A., 
Arenovsky, Harold C, 
Ashey, Harold Charles L. 
Baker, Edward 0., 
Beal, Raymond C, 
Belknap, Robert W., 
Brown, Josiah S., 
Buck, Percy C, 
Bull, Charles R., 
Burleigh, Edwin C, 
Busfield, ]\Ianning H., 
C«lrlwpll. Wil^^nr C. 



Ljoin, Mass., Kap. Sig. Ho. 

Houlton Zeta Psi Ho. 

E. Conway, N. H. 31 A. H. 
Westbrook 11 Everett St. 

Leicester, Mass. 8 W. H. 

No. Adams, Mass. 10 M. H. 

Lisbon Falls Lisbon Falls 

Damariscotta 26 M. H. 

Whitinsville, Mass. Kap. Sig. 
Harrison 4 Cleaveland St. 

Monticello 15 W. H. 

Augusta 9 A. H. 

No. Adams, Mass. 10 M. H. 
Buckfield 21 A. H. 



Cigars 

Tobaccos 

Pipes 



For a Quick Lunch drop in at 



Good Coffee 
a specialty 



The Maine Ceotral Cafe^ 



Ice Cream 

Sodas 

Candies 



ext to M. C. 
R. R. Station 



90 

Maine St. 



Brunswick 
Maine 



The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing 



BRUNSWICK DIRECTORY 



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Name 
Carr, John C, 
Chapman, Clyde R., 
Childs, John S., 
Clancy, John T., 
Comery, Sanford B., 
Conant, Regmald 0., 
Conant, Richard 0., 
Coombs, Warren C, 
Cowan, Frank I., 
Craig, Vurnyer A., 
Creig'hton, James A., 
Crosby, Lawrence A., 
Crowell, Cedric R., 
Cummings, George 0., 
Cushman, Albert P., 
Dennis, Alonzo G., 
Devine, John J., 
Dodge, Leon, 
Dole, Stanley F., 
Donnelly, Francis T., 
Douglas, Paul H., 
Duffey, George C. Jr., 
Dunn, Percy 0., 
Dunphy, John E., 
Eberhardt, Walter F., 
Edwards, Frederick T., 
Emery, Paul H., 
Emery, Theodore E., 
Farnham, Charles R., 
Fisk, Anthony H., 
Fuller, Edwin J., 
Gardner, Daniel E., 
Gilbert, Harold D., 
Grant, Alton L., 
Greene, Merton W., 
Greene, Winthrop S., 
Greenwood, C, 
Hagan, Mark L., 
Hagar, Raymond K., 
Hall, Harry H., 
Hall, Henry L., 
Haskell, Charles B. Jr., 
Hazelton, Philip T., 
Henry, George R., 
Hinch, Stanley J., 



Residence Room 

Frankfort 3 M. H. 

Fairfield Zeta Psi Ho. 

Lewiston 2 M. H. 

New York City 18 W. H. 

Thomaston 6 Cleaveland St. 

Portland 10 W. H. 

Portland D. K. E. Ho. 

Camden 18 Potter St. 

Pittsfield 13 M. H. 

Brookton D. U. Ho. 

Thomaston 21 M. H. 

Bangor 13 A. H. 
Richmond Hill, N. Y. 9 M. H. 

Portland 6 A. H. 

Bangor 21 M. H. 

IMedford, Mass. 18 A. H. 

Portland D. K. E. Ho. 

Newcastle 18 W. H. 

Portland 25 M. H. 

Bangor A. D. Ho. 

Ithaca, N. Y. 3 M. H. 

Medford, Mass., Kap. Sig. Ho. 

Yarmouthville 7 Page St. 

Portland T. D. Ho. 

New York City 26 W. H. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 5 McLellan 

Portland 17 Cleaveland 

Randolph 28 M. H. 

Bath 21 W. H. 

Brunswick 1 Boody 
Groveland, Mass 18 Bowker 

Calais 25 W. H. 

Farmington 15 A. H. 

Lewiston 2 M. H. 

Madison 8 A. H. 
Worcester, Mass. 262 Maine 

Medford, Mass. 25 M. H. 

Bath 52 Harpswell 

Island Falls 4 Cleaveland 

Sturbridge, Mass. 1 A. H. 

Camden 8 McKeen 

Pittsfield 9 A. H. 

Portland 12 W. H. 

Portsmouth, N. H. 17 A. H. 

Dan forth 4 A. H. 




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GIVEN'S Ice Cream 

74 Maine Street. Phone 52-R 
BKuNSAVlCK DIRECTORY 



Name 
Holt, Benjamin D., 
Holt,William, 
Howe, George W.,- 
Howes, Herbert M., 
Hughes, Stephen W., 
Johnson, Herman A., 
Jones, Leon E., 
Knight, Ira B., 
Leavitt, Verd R., 
Lewis, Jolm, 
Lippincott, AVilmot C, 
Lord, Fred R., 
Ludwig, Lawrence G., 
Lunt, Paul C, 
McMahon, William B., 
MelMurtrie, Douglas H., 
McNeally, Eugene W., 
Marden, Aaron, Jr., 
Mathews, Percy W., 
Miller, Harold W., 
Mitchell, John A., 
Moulton, Bryant E., 
Newell, Joseph H., 
Nixon, William J., 
Nolin, Frank E., 
Norton, James A., 
Page, Clifton 0., 
Palmer, Ray E., 
Parkhurst, Albert E., 
Perham, Harry L., 
Perry, Stephen C. Jr., 
Peters, Almon L., 
Philoon, tiames E., 
Pike, Sunmer T., 
Powers, Ralph A., 
Pratt, Leo W., 
Pratt, Loring, 
Reynolds, Harris W., 
Robinson, Ira B., 
Rogers, Walter H., 
Rowe, Henry, 
Rowell, Parker W., 
Saunders, Daniel, 
Savage, Paul C, 
SpwpII. DonnM S., 



Residence 


Room 


Portland 


6A. H. 


North Bridgton 


3 A. H. 


Milo 


18 A. H. 


Ridlonville 


1 A. H. 


So. Portland 


4 W. H. 


Bath 


5 A. H. 


Portland 


19 W. H. 



Derry Village, N.H. Kap. Sig. 

Wilton 6 W. H. 

Skowhegan 16 M. H. 

Augusta 14 A. H. 

Bath 32 M. H. 
Houlton Zeta Psi Ho. 

Portland 27 M. H. 
Brunswick 60 Cumberland 

Woodfords 26 W. H. 

Portland 28 A. H. 

Farmington 14 W. H. 

Lubec D. U. Ho. 

Lynn, Mass. 28 A. H. 

Gallipolis, 0. 206 Maine 

Portland 19 W. H. 

Richmond Beta Ho. 
E. Rochester, N. H. 27 A. H. 

Skowhegan 262 Maine 

Phillips 3 M. H. 

Bath 18 W. H. 

Bath 21 W. H. 

Presque Isle 20 A. H. 
S. Ackworth,N.H. 6 Cleaveland 

Portland T. D. Ho. 

Maiden, Mass. 26 M. H. 

Auburn 6 W. H. 

Lubec 6 M. H. 

Brookline, Mass. 22 A. H. 

Wilton 27 A. H. 

Elmira, N. Y. Psi U. Ho. 

Brookline, Mass. 24 A. H. 

Bath Beta Ho. 

Topsham 18 Potter 

Oldtown 31 M. H. 

Roxbury, Mass. Psi U. Ho. 

Lawrence, Mass. 22 A. H. 

Bangor 13 A. H. 

Bath 12 W. H. 



ALL OUR 
PASTRIES ARE 
HOME 
MADE 



Maine Central Cafe 

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DINING ROOM 

ORDER COOKING 

A SPECIALTY 



90 

Maine St. 



BODWELL & SON 



Brunswick 
Maine 



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l^RUNSWTCK DIRECTORY 



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Crawford Ranges 

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98 '. BRUNSWICK DJRKCTORY 



MARBLE & GRANITE MONUMENTS 

BRUNSWICK MARBLE and GRANITE WORKS 



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STOCK SPECIALTY 

First Class Work at Reasonable Prices 



22 Middle Street, Brunswick, Me. 

H. T. INASON 

Dealer in 

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES 

specialties: Rego Flour, Mardana Tea, Algonquin Club Coffee 
and Heinz's Pickles. 

195 MAINE STREET, BRUNSWICK, ME. 



This Directory . . 



is but one of the many books turned out 
by us yearly. .... 

We are also equipped with a first class 
Job Office and make a specialty of hur^- 
ried orders. .•'. Try us next time. 



W. H. WEEKS 

223 Lisbon Street, Lewlston, Maine 

MgFADDEN'S GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET 

INEXX TO TO WIS HALL. 

We pride ourselves on the good quality of our goods, only the 
best of good things grocerywise here. 



90 

Maine St. 



BODWELL & SON 



Brunswick 
Maine 



Dutchess Trousers 



10 CENTS A BUTTON 
$1.00 A RIP 



P>RrXSWr(^Iv DIRECTORY 



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Name 
Shack for J, Lester B., 
Skolfield, George L. Jr., 
Smith, Lawrence W., 
Stetson, Alvah B., 
Tilton, Albert D., 
Torsney, George A., 
Trott, John H., 
Tucker, Harold A., 
Tuttle, Curtis, 
Tuttle, Earle B,, 
Twombley, William F., 
Walker, Harry B., 
AVelch, Arthur D., 
Weston, Andrew D., 
Whittier, Luther G., 
Wiggin, Frederic S., 
Wish, Fred D. Jr., 
Wood, Philip S., 
Wyman, Thomas C, . 



Archer, Harold D., 
]5osworth, Bernard D., 
Carney, Harold E., 
Gates, Herbert F., 
Graham, George ]\I., 
Hale, John T., 
^Marston, Clair R., 
]Montgomery, William E., 
Wilson, George F., 



Residence 


Room 


So. Poland 


6M. H 


Brunswick 


153 Maine 


Portland 


10 W. H. 


Brunswick 


35 Cumberland 


So. Portland 


17 Cleaveland 


Berlin, N. H. 


Zeta Psi Ho. 


Yarmouth 


Yarmouth 


Farmington 


1 I\I. H. 


Colusa, Cal. 


13 W. H. 


Freeport 


Freeport 


Reading, IMass. 


D. K. E. Ho. 


Biddeford 


15 A. H. 


Portland 


T. D. Ho. 


IMechanic Falls 


Kap. Sig. Ho. 


Farmington 


26 A. H. 


Saco 


3 W. H. 


Portland 


24 W. H. 


Bar Harbor 


25 A. H. 


Woodfords 

mTTX^T^TVTmCi 


32 A. H. 


TuDENTS 

Dorchester, Mass. 25 A. H. 


Leominster, IMass. 5 M. H. 


Portland 


30 A. H. 


Constantinople, 


Turkey 25 W.H. 


Topsham 


Topsham 


Lewiston 


2 M. H. 


Skowhegan 


10 A. H. 


AVakefield, IMass. 26 A. H. 


Albion 


12 M. H. 



MEDICAL STUDENTS 

Third and Fourth Year Medical Students room in Portland. 
First and Second Year Students appear below. 



SECOND YEAR 



Bennett, Roland J., 
Brown, Freeman F., 
Buck, George H., 
Dunn, Archibald W., 
Fogg, Neil A., 
Hammond, Walter J. 



Dover, N. H., 

Vinalhaven 

Harrison 

Auburn 

Freeport 

Howland 



1 High 

1 High 

6 Cleaveland 

D. U. Ho. 

Freeport 

6 Cleaveland 



For all 
Kinds 



L, Insurance "T^ John W. Riley 



1678^ 



CI YEN'S Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco 



WHOLESALE & RETAIL 



74 Maine St. 



Phone 52-R 



100 



l^RTNSWICK DIRECTOKY 



Name 
Hendee, Walter ^Y., 
Jackson, Sumner W., 
Johnson, Henry L., 
Lente. Harry II., 
Merrill, Clyde H., ' 
Pratt, Harold S., 
Rosen, William, 
Seamman, Clarence L., 
Stanley, Oramel H., 



xVrey, Harold C, 
Bridge, Ezra R., 
Buck, Wallace E., 
Coombs, AVyern A., 
Echols, Francis S., 
Gordon, Isaac L., 
Gould, Carlisle R., 
Hanscom. Ridgley F., 
Lafieche, Renie R., 
Lippincott, Leon S., 
McGilvery, Wilfred N., 
McNeil. lienry D., 
Moulton, Albert W., 
Nelson, Chesley AV., 
Paine, Edward AV., 
Roberts. Edward R., 
Ross, Harold D., 
Scribner, Herbert C, 
Sullivan. Philip S., 
Triekey, AAlnfield B., 
AA^aldron, Francis D., 
AVinslow, Everett S., 
Witherell, Harry D., 
Woodman, Samuel L., 



Residence 
Augusta 
AA^aldoboro 
Brunswick 
Franklin, Alass. 
Au])urn 
Farmington 
N. Bedford, Alass. 
Ilartland 
Fi'vol)urg 



Room 

23 Noble 

102 Union 

44 Cnion 

6 Cleaveland 

12 Pleasant 

1 M. H. 

59Harpswell 

102 Union 

6 Cleaveland 



FIRST YEAR 

Camden 
Brunswick 
Portland 
A^inalhaven 
Hartford, C 
Lincoln 
Somersworth, N. 
N. London, 
Caribou 
Augusta 
Lewiston 
Bangor 
Portland 
AV. Southp( 
AVinslow 
Portland 
Phillips 
Bangor 
Biddeford 
E. Corinth 
AVaterville 
Portland 
Cornish, N. 
AVinthrop 



30 Cumberland 

lOHarpswell 

9 McLellan 

16 Lincoln 

onn., 254 Alaiue 

17 Elm 

H. 30 Cumberland 

Conn. 32 Pleasant 

30 Cumberland 

23 W. H. 

10 Cleaveland 

234 Alaine 

19 AV. H. 

)rt 7 Everett 

30 Cuml)erland 

38 College 

16 Lincoln 

234 Maine 

30 Cumberland 

9 AIcLellan 

59 Harpswell 

38 College 

PI. 102 Union 

59 Harpswell 



Stop at our store and let us take the order for your groceries 
and meats. We give you polite attention and all orders filled 
promptly, reasonably priced, reliable goods. 
X^£3XjiSIOZ«a' 3VEcS*.A.X3XD3Q2>a' NEXT TO TOWN KALI 



Mai'n?st. BOD WELL & SON Tatr 

CLOTHING, HATS AND FURNISHINGS 

TOPSHAM DIKECTORY 101 



Topsham Directory 

1910 

Alexander, Clias. II., teamster S. T. Brown & Co., Brunswick ; 
li, 8 Pleasant 

George, dlr Teas & Spices, Main 

John, Main 
Andrews, George, elk N. ]\IcFadden, Bruns., li Green 
Arris, Benj. D., retired. Summer. 

Etta Mrs., Main 
Atkinson, Fred W., Dep. Sher., Main. 

Wm. F., painter, Main 
Bailey, Emma, ]\Irs., wid T. Bailey, 9 Elm 

Harry W., paper maker, 9 Elm 
Baker, Louis H., musician, i\Iain 
Barker, Edw. D., Pleasant 

Francis C, emp D. & C. E. Scribner, Elm 

0. A., Elm 

Barron, Annie L., ^liss, teacher, Summer 

Bessie M. Miss, 11 AVinter 

Carrie, Miss, Summer 

E. B., Mrs., wid J. B., 8 Elm 

Hattie S. Miss, 11 Winter 

IMartha i\Iiss, Sunnner 

]\Iary N., wid Wm., 11 Winter 

V. V. :Miss, 8 Elm 
Bartlett, Frank R., electrician, Bruns. E. L. & P. Co.. Summer 

J. F., electrician, -10 Bridge 
Belanger, Amedee, emp M. C. R. R., 22 Bridge 

Damase, painter, 11 Mill rd 

Emile, emp IM. C. R. R., l)ds 25 Front 

Fabien, emp electric road, 18 Front 

Jean Baptiste, emp M. C. R. R., bds 18 Front 



Oivcn's Candy Kitchen 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL- 74 Maine St. Phone 52-R 
102 TOFSIIAM DIKECTORY 

Belanger, Leonce, mason, eiiij) ]\I. (.'. R. R., 25 Front 

Lueien, emp M. C. R. R. ; 5 :\Iill rd 
Bernier, Aimable Jr., enip Cabot ]\Iill, 15 ^iill rd 

Alma, emp Cabot ]\Iill, bds 42 Prosj)ect 

Caliste, carpenter, 42 Prospect 

Camille, emp M. C. R. R., 1 :\Iill rd 

Eddie, barber, Brims., 42 Prospect 

Edmond, emp Cabot Mill, 17 :Mill rd 

Erase, emp Cabot Mill, 27 Prospect 

Joseph, emp Cabot Mill, bds 27 Prospect 

Maria, emp Cal)ot ]\Iill, bds 17 INIill rd 

Victoria, emp Cabot ]\lill, l)ds 17 ]\lill rd 
Berry, Frank, confectionery store ; ])us. ]\Iain ; h. Summer 

Fred E.. chauffeur, Summer 

Ralph B., i)aper maker, Pleasant 
Blake, Thankful B., ]\liss, 3 Pleasant 
Bouchard, Abraham, emp Pejeps. Pa}). Co., 2 ^liddlc 

Alfred, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 2 JMiddle 

Elyear, emp Baxter Box Co., bds 2 ^Middle 
Boucher. F. E., paper maker, Main 
Bradbury, Lynus E., carpenter, Elm 
Brenenstuhl, Annie ]M. Mrs., ]\Iain 
Brillant, Elyear. emp Gardiner Lumber Co., 25 Front 
Brown, Edwin j\l., Reg. of Deeds, Sag. Co. ; off. Bath, h, Green 

Lillian, Miss, Avks Chas. Wheeler's 
Brunneau, Frank, laborer, 8 Front 
Bushaw, Augusta. ]\Iiss, IMain 

J. D., fireman Pejeps. Pap. Co., ]Main 

Sadie IMiss, IMain 

Carpenter, M. C. Mrs., Pleasant 

Marion G., teacher high school. Pleasant 
Carrier, Alfred, emp M. C. R. R., 19 ilill road 

Arthur, emp Cabot Mill, 3 Bridge 
Carver, Frank E.. agt. Tarbox Exp., P. 0. Bruns. ; h. Green 
Cash, Walter S., carpenter, 23 Pleasant 
Chandler, Edward, paper maker, Winter 
CHANEY, JAS. E., coal dealer, P. 0. Bruns., Sunnner 

Cigars For a Quick Lunch drop in at 'c® Cream 

Tobaccos ^ ^ Sodas 

Good Coffee lllB HdlllQ 0601111 (jll6 Next to M C 
a specialty R. R. Station 



Mai^'est. BODWELL & SON ^S" 

The Home of Hart Schaffner & IVarx Clothing 

TOPSHAM DIRECTORY 103 

Chaplin, John ,Elm 

Gladys, Miss, stenographer, lii'uiiswiek, bds Elm 
Christopher, A. G., ^laiii 

Harry A., Supt. of Paper ]\Iill, ]Maiii 

Thiirman E., emp Bowd. Paper Co., 12 Elm 
Church, M. G. Mrs., Elm 
Clifford, Geo., paper maker, 8 Pleasant 

Wm., paper maker, Elm 
Cloutier, xVlphonse, emp Pumping- Station, l)ds 24 Pridge 

Camille, fireman, Ferrule factory, 2-4 Bridge 

Clementine, ]\Irs., Avid Hubert H., 24 Bridge 

Joseph, emp Baxter Box Co., hds 24 Bridge 
Clough, Augusta ]\I., ]\Irs., dress maker, ^lain 

i\Iay Q. Miss, teacher, h, Pleasant 
Cobb, Emma S. Mrs., wid Llewellyn, Elm 

"William B., laborer, 12 Bridge 
Colby, Agnes M., emp Tel. exchange, Bruns., 42 Bridge 

Alice L. Miss, nurse, Summer 

Almeda L. R. ^liss, music teacher, Sunniier 

Chas. E., emp Tarbox Ex., 3 Green 

Chas. Mrs., Winter 

Dana S., prop Colby's saw & wood working mill, mill ]Main; 
h. Elm 

Frank A., carpenter & builder, 42 Bridge 

Geo. L., retired soldier. Summer 

Howard, paper maker, Bridge 

James, laborer. Winter 

IMary S. Mrs., wid Chas. H., Summer 

Oren, laborer. Winter 
Collins, Cyrus, laborer, 7 Bridge 
Coombs, Milton W., mail carrier. 17 Pleasant 
Condon, ]\Ielville T., retired, Pelasant 
Cone, John A., supt of schools, Bruns. & Toi)sham, off. Towii 

Bldg. Bruus. ; h. Green 
Cornish, Jas. AV., grocer, INlain 
Coulombe, Phcdime. emp Cabot ^lill, 27 Prospect 
Cox, Anna L., Miss, Pleasant 

James C, retired. Pleasant 




GIVEN'S Ice Cream 

74 Maine Street. Phone 52-R 
104 TOPSIIAM DIKECTOKY 

Crocker, Anson D., retired, 15 Winter 
Cromwell, A. T., Mm., stenographer, 36 Elm 
Crosman, Frank, mason, 31 Bridge 

Rena, nurse, bds 31 Bridge 
Crowley, Geo. A., Winter 
Cunningham J. F., Grange Lane 
Curtis, Geo., laborer, Elm 
Curtis, Harris 0., Dr., 4 Green 

Joseph, laborer, Elm 

Norris G., laborer, Elm 
Cutler, Thos. C, elk M. C. R. R., Elm 

Daggett, Fred E., market gardener, 16 Winter 

Dall, Geo., paper maker, Bridge 

Davenport, Edith W., teacher Center St. Primary, Bruns., 4 

Pleasant 
Day, C. E., Sunnner 

Deniers, Alvaree, emp i\I. C. R. \i., 20 Bridge 
Demon, Levina, Miun 

Dennett, Alice, clerk J. F. Will Co., h. Winter 
Dennison, John, butcher. Summer 
Derocher W., paper maker 
Desjardin, Fred, barber, Bruns. ; 22 Bridge 
Drew, Harriet T. ]Mrs., 5 Pleasant 
Dube, Evangeline IMrs., wid of Louis, 5 Bridge 
Dufresne, Alexis, blacksmith ; ]\Ii]l Island sho{) ; h, 27 Stone, 

Brunswick. 
Dumont, Xavier, emp Cabot Mill, 9 Front 
Dunklee, Florence I\Iiss, ]\Iill rd 

Jennie, ]\Irs., Mill rd • 

Eaton, Wm. C, paper maker, Winter 
Edgecomb, Arthur C, carpenter, 19 Pleasant 
Edwards, Robison G., retired, 5 Elm 
Eldridge, Jose[)hine, IMiss, 11 Elm 
Phoebe, I\Irs., 11 Elm 

Flagg, David II., brick maker, Summer 

PASTRIES ARE MBIIIG uBllTrfll uBifi ™gS 

HOME GIIUIIIU VUlltlUI WUIU ORDER COOKING 

MADE JtVEXT TO IVI. C R. R. STATION * SPECIALTY 



Mai^est. BODWELL & SON 'XLT" 

Dutchess Trousers II^oTIp '''■'''°'' 

TOl'SlIA.^l i)lKK( TOKY 1U5 

Fortin, Alplioiise, emp Cabot IMill, 1 JMill rd 

Octave, emp Pejei)s. Mill; 3 Bridge 

Ovila, brakeman M. C. R. R. ; 1 I\Iill rd 
Founiier, Angeline, I\rr.s.. wid Abraham, h, 18 Prospect 

Zephirin, emp Bruns. & Toj^tsham AVater Ui.st. 
French, Robt. paper maker. Summer 
Frost, Wm. E. Capt., Station Agt. M. C. R. R., Elm 
Frye, Florence, emp Bowdoin Pap. Co., 9 Elm 
Furbish, Geo., carpenter, Winter 

Gagne, Antoinette, paper box maker, bds 15 Front 

Napoleon Sr., emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 15 Front 

Napoleon Jr., emp Cabot Mill, bds 15 Front 
Gagnou, Alfred, laborer, 9 Bridge 

Joseph D., mason, 7 Bridge 
Galnsha, Cyrus C, IMain 

Corydon C, barl)er, ^lain 
Gaudrean, Hector, prop grocery store, Bruns. 3Iill; 19 Prospect 
Gauthier, Andrew, carpenter & contractor, P. 0. 15ru;is.. V>' inter 
George, Amanda J. ^trs., wid of Otis B., 32 Bridge 
Getchell, I. E., paper maker. Winter 
Giveen, Chas. I., bus. cashier Pejeps. bank, Bnnis. ; h, E1.,j 

Harry ]\r., elk Eatoii Hardware Co., Bruns. ; h, Elm 

L. A. Mrs., wid of Thos. M., Elm 

]\[ary A., school teacher. Elm 
Coding, L. A. Mrs., wid of Jonas, JMain 
Goody, Viola, Mrs., housekeeper for J. W. Cornish, ]\Iain 
Goud, Alden Q., retired, 16 Pheasant 

Blanch E. ]\Iiss, Green 

Chas., paper maker, Winter 

Cora N., Green 

George II.. supt BoAvd. Paper Co., Green 

J. W., printer, Main 

Warren W., post master, ^NFain 
Grady, John, Main 
Graham, Emily, 11 Winter 

Geo. M. Rev., pastor Baptist church, 11 Winter 
Graves, A. Melcher, real estat(\ jMain 



Insurance "^^ John W. Riley 



For all l^^..^^^^^ Call 
Kinds of 



CIVEN'S Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL- 74 Maine St. Phone 52-R 
lOG TOPSIIA.AI DIRECTORY 

Griffin, S. Philip, retired, 18 Winter 
Grover, Geo. F., ear])enter. Pleasant 

John IT., machinist, Lewiston, Main 

Hall, Alfred E., enip Pejeps. Pap. Co., Elm 

Arthur C, carpenter, Elm 

Daniel A., 35 Elm 

Edw. C, motorman, ]Main 

Fred C, paper maker, 8 Pleasant 

Ida M., bookkeeper. Elm 

Melville, Ins. Agt., Elm 

Paul, Green 
Hamlin, Chas. B., farmer. Winter 
Harnden. Gertrude, 32 Bridge 
Haskell, Alice ^I. ^liss, 5 Pleasant 

Fred C, paper maker, IMain 
Hatch C, Mrs., Main 

Hennessey, Chas. B., electrician, U. S. Navy, 26 Elm 
Hicks, Frank, carpenter, 32 Elm 

James W., cari)enter, ]\Iain 
Hill, Frank L., electrician. Elm 
Holt. A. S., Main 
Ilowland, J. M., millwright. Pleasant 

Wm. W., l)arl)er, IMain ; res Pleasant 
Hussey, Clare P., teaehei*, 6 Perkins 

F. S. Mrs., 6 Perkins 

Fred H., Main 

Jack, Fred W., meat cutter. Elm 

Jno. L., paper maker, cor IMain & Elm 
Johnson, Arthur B., book keeper Pejeps. Pap. Co., li. Elm 
Jones, Freeland X., 11 Elm 

Kane. Gilbert F., Main 

Keay, Darius, wheel- wright & iron Avkr, IMain 
Kenney, IMay C. IMrs., Pleasant 
Knight, Cornelia Mrs., wid John, Elm 
Samuel, Elm 



stop at our store and let us take the order for your groceries 
and meats. We give you polite attention and all orders filled 
promptly, reasonably priced, reliable goods. 
Xa-^SX^SOig- JVto3B'-A.I>X>E;Pa' NEXT TO TOWN HAL" 



«.i^s,. BODWELL & SON "'Br 

RELIABLE CLOTHING FOR BOYS 

TOPSIIA.M D! HECTOR Y 107 

Labbee, Amedee, emp Cabot ]Mill, lids o .Middle 
Eugene, laborer, 3 IMiddle 
George, teamster, 1 ]\Iill rd 



Laberge, Eugenie, Mrs., wid t»f Ernest, elk, 20 Bridge 
Labonte, Hermenegilde, emp Cabot I\Iill, 23 Prospect 
Lachanee, Joseph, emp Cabot Mill, 31 Prospect 
Lacourse, Eulalie, emp Cabot mill, bds jMiddle 

Louis A., laborer, IMiddle 

Philomene, housekeeper, ]\Iiddle 
Lancaster, 0. R., laborer. Elm 
Lavoie, Joseph L., emp M. C. R. R., bds 18 Prospect 

Joseph M., emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., 24 Prospect 

Louis M., elk, 18 Prospect 

Lutus, emp M. C. R. R., 20 Prospect 
Leavitt, Augustus, laborer, Pleasant 
LeBel. Ernest, emp :\1. C. R. R., bds 25 Prospect 

Joseph, emp Cabot jMill, 25 Prospect 

Joseph Jr,. emp IM. C. R. R., l)ds 25 Prospect 
LeBlanc, Rosario, emp Pejeps. Paper Co., 10 ]\Ii]l rd 
Levecque, Alphonse, emp Cabot ]Mill. bds 10 Front 

Michael, laborer, 10 Front 

Thomas, emp Pejeps. Paper Co., 10 Front 
Lunch Room, Octave Fortin, prop, 3 Bridge 

]\Iahar, Gladys IMiss, saleslady emp Geo. C. Stetson, Bruns. 

Harvey, paper maker, 23 Pleasant 
JMain, Elvin JM., emp Cabot Mfg. Co., Bridge 
Mallett, F. L. emp Pejeps. Paper Co., IMain 

Mrs. Frank L., dressmaker, Main 

Humphrey, i)aper maker, JMain 

Jno. F., butcher, Main 

Walter ]\I. Capt., Pleasant 
i\[cDonald. Roderick H., pension Mgcnt. INlfiiii 
]\IcDuff, Pierre, laborer, 5 Bridge 
McKivei-, Percy, paper maker. Winter 
MciMillin, Jno. W., grocer, ^lain 

For Sale and to Rent 
Town Building 

TEL, 412 





Civen's Smokers' Supplies 

B. B. B. Pipes. 74 JMaine Street. Phone 52-R 



K'^ topsiia:\i directory 



iMerriman, A. li. Capt., 46 Elm 

Florence P. ]\Iiss, trained nurse, Elm 

PI. Failing, tinsmith, Elm 

Jacob Capt., retired, Elm 

^linnie, nurse, 46 Elm 

Ralph P., traveling salesman, 36 Elm 

E. A. ^Irs., milliner, Green 
Metealf, A. S. ])rinter, IMain 

E. S., ]\Irs., wid of Ilenry L.. Main 
:aiichaud, Adoli)he, emp M. C. R. R., Lisbon Falls, bds VA Front 

Aurele, emp M. C. R. R., blacksmith, 11 Front 

Charles, shoe maker, IMain 

Henry, teamster. Main 

Joseph H., emp Cabot ]Mill, 13 Front 
]Moore, C. D., wks Feldspar mill, Elm 
Moreau, Francois, laborer, bds 15 Front 

"William, fireman Pejeps. Pap. Co., 24 Prospect 
:\[()rin, Alcide, emp Cabot :\rill, 5 :\Iill rd 

]\Iarie, emp Caliot IMill. bds 24 Prospect 

]\richael, emp IM. C. R. R., 17 IMill rd 
]\Iothee, Delia, emp Baxter Box Co., bds 20 Bridge 

Newell, O. F., foreman Pejeps. Pap. Co.. Elm 
Nichols, Mary E., housekeeper. Elm 
Nickerson, A. R. Mrs., 32 Elm 

George M., 57 Elm. 
Niles, Abbie D. ]\Iiss, Winter 
Nj^e, Emerson II. sunnner home, Winter 

Orr, Chas. E. , painter, Summer 

Frank H., mail carrier. Summer. 

Fred, emp D. & C. E. Scribner, Bruns., Elm 

Sarah E. I\Irs., Summer 
Owen, II. W., teamster, 6 Elm 

Pelletier, Lucien, emp ]M. C. R. R., 15 .Alill rd 
Pennell, Chas. ,.H grocery clerk. Winter. 
Peters, F. F., fireman. Main 

McFAODEN'S GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET 

rSEXT TO TOWIN MALU 

We pride ourselves en the good quality of our goods, only the 
best of good things grocerywise here. 



MaiSst. BODWELL 4 SON "1^ 

The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing 

TOPSIIAM DIRECTORY 109 



Piper, A. F. Mrs., wicl 11. W., VAm 
Potter, Elisha, retired, Main & Union 

George E., R. D. carrier, ]\Iain 
Pottle, Jaines F., coachman. Green 
Powers, Alfreda L., elk for J. F. Will Go., 7 Elm 
Powers, .Marshall G. Rev., 7 Elm 

Walter O., painter and paper hanger, 7 Elm 
Pratt, Cora, ]\Irs., wid of Richard, Summer 
Preston, I^Iary E. Mrs., Mill rd 
Pride, Alfred B., paper maker, 15 Pleasant 
Purinton, Ellen C. :\[rs., wid of F. H., Elm 

Humphrey, coal dlr. Pleasant 

II. A., ]\Iiss, Pleasant 

I. C, 65 Elm 

James C., emp D. & C. E. Scribner, Bruns., 65 Elm 

John ]\I., machinist, Winter 

Wiles P., Main 

Quint, George L., livery & sale stable, Winter; h, Elm 
Lilian, emp Pejeps. Pap. Co., Elm 
S. II. ]Mrs., dress maker. Elm 

Rackley, Chas., W^inter 

Reed, Lucinda, 18 Winter 

Richard, Hilaire, Pejeps. Pap. Co., 7 ^lill road 

Richardson, G. P., ]\Iain 

Ridley, Charles C, tinsmith, emp Geo. B. Ridley, Bruns., Elm 

Ethel B., Elm 

Isabel C, music teacher, Elm 
RIDLEY, GEO. B., hardvv-are dlr, Bruns., Elm 
Robertson, W. R., cor ^lain & Union 
Robinson, Chas., Winter 

Sadie, ]Miss, Winter 
Rochefort, Anguste, emp Cal)ot ]Mill, 13 Prospect 

Stanislas, emp M. C. R. R.. 13 Prospect 
Rogers, Geo., paper maker, 7 Elm 
Rolfe, John A. .]\Iain 
Rowell, AV. S., millwright, ]Main 




I W. BM 




GIVEN'S Ice Cream 

74 Maine Street. Phone 52-R 



110 T()i'SfTAA[ DIRECTORY 

Sawyer, Charles, eari)enter, 2i) Jsridge 

Skolfield, Sarah A. Mrs., wid of William, 3 Pleasant 

Seribner, Alice C. ^Miss, 4 Perkins Place 

Chas. E. I\[rs., 4 Perkins Place 

David, (D. & C. E. Scribner, Millnien, Bruns.) h. Elm 

0. M., :\Iiss, 4 Perkins Place 
Sedgeler, J. ^I., mason, r, 25 Bridge 

Wm. S., laborer, 14 Green 
Small, Cassie M. JMrs., Main 

E. J., carriage maker and painter, Mill Island; h. .Main 
Small, II. 0., painter & paper hanger. Main 

Isaac, emp Cabot Mill, h, 29 Bridge 
Small, Nancy, Mrs., "Winter 

Ralph W., prin Topsham high school, 36 Elm 
Smith, ilary, ]\Iiss, Summer 

Wm. H., paper maker. Main 
Sprague, Y. E., lineman Postal Telegraph, AYinter 
Staples, Fred, carpenter, Winter 

Stark, Freeman, emp Pejepscot Paper Co., bds 40 Bridge 
Stinson, George E., carpenter, 42 Elm 

:\Iartha, 42 Elm 
St. Laurent, Thomas, emp Cabot Mill. 18 Prospect 
Stoddard, Chas. K., tin smith, Brnns., 42 Elm 
Stone, Carrie A. Miss, book keeper A. J. Lyons, Bruns., Elm 

E. M., Mrs., Elm 

R. F., groceries, cor ]Main & Winter; h, ]\Iain 
St. Pierre, Charles, emp Cabot Mill, 20 Prospect 

Elyear, emp Pejeps. Paper Co., 2 IProspect 
Strout, Clarence, paper maker, Main 

Sumner, paper maker. Main 

Tardif, Arthur, emp Ca1)()t !Mill, h, 31 Prospect 
Taylor, Kate, Grange Lane 

]Mabel, JNIiss, Winter 
Tetley, E. B., Rev., pastor Fr. Bapt. ch. ; ]\Iain 
Therrien, Joseph, emp il. C. R. R., 16 Front 
Thibault. Adelard. e)np Cabot ^lill. 5 Bridge 

sr*"= Mains Cfintral Gafs „£is 

MADE IVEXT TO IVI. C R. R. STATIOIV * SPECIALTY 



Maine St. BODWELL & SON ^Taine^ 

CLOTHING, HATS AND FURNISHINGS 

T()PSI1AI\[ DIRECTORY 111 

Thompson, Emma J. Mrs., (Ji-eeii 

Henry, Green 

^lary L., Green 

Sarah A. ]Miss, Green 
Tibbetts, Jonah. hil)orer, ]Main 

Walter, paper maker, IMain 
Towne, Wm. II. Mvh., Pleasant 
Tremblay, Adee, Mrs., wid of Joseph, 10 Front 
Tripp, W. L., paper maker, Winter 
Trut'ant, Prank, paper maker, 5 Elm 

Walker, Lizzie R. Mrs., wid Jno., IMain 

Priseilla, I\Irs., wid of W. P., Main 
Ward, Fred H,. l)uteher, 26 Elm 

Wheeler, Chas. G., teacher and wood worker, 4 Pleasant 
White, Delia, Mrs., wid of Capt. Geo., Winter 

Liieian II., truckman. Elm 
Whitehouse, Snsan M. ]\Iiss, Green 
Whitten, Emily J. J\Iiss, 6 Pleasant 

Sarah, Miss, 6 Pleasant 
Whitney, Archie, machinist, Elm 

Edw. L., conductor on ]\I. C. R. R., 15 Winter 
Williams, Aaron, Pleasant 

Chas., retired, Bridge 

F. A., carpenter, 12 Elm 
Willis, Edith F., P. 0. elk. Green 

Frank W., paper maker. Green 
AVilson, Almira ]\Iiss, Summer 

Samuel, Winter 
AVing-, Geo. R., machinist, Summer 
Work, Hannah T. Mrs., wid of D. ; 16 Winter 
Wright, George, teamster. Elm 

Young, Arthur S., paper maker, Green 



rffirrRiyrMisistore 



Givcn^s Candy Kitchen 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL 74 Maine St. Phone 52-R 

112 BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



Business Directory 

BRUNSWICK 



A Classified List of Trades, Professions, and Pursuits for 
the year 1910 , arranged alphabetically for each trade, thus ex- 
hibiting at a glance the address and special business of our citi- 
zens. 

MUNICIPAL STATISTICS. 

Selectmen — II. J. Given, F. L. Snow, I. R. ]\Iorrell. 

Town Clerk— T H Riley 

Treasurer — S. L. Forsaith 

Collector and Constable — John R. Stanwood 

Town Agent^ — ^H. J. Given 

Road Com.— T. E. Dolan 

School Committee — Franklin C. Robinson, Edward W. 
Wheeler, G. M. Elliott 

Supt. of Schools — John A. Cone 

Board of Health — Chas. H. Cumston, Sec. 

Chief Fire Dept.— L. H. Colby 

Chief of Police— L. IT. Colby 

^Municipal Court — Frank E. Roberts, judge; Stephen C. 
AVhitmore, recorder ; civil jurisdiction, $100 ; terms, every Mon- 
day at 9 A. M. Established 1850. Last amendment 1903. 

Village Corporaton — H. J. Given, Frank L. Snow, John H. 
Peterson, assessors; Thos. II. Riley, clerk; John R. Stanwood, 
collector; J. W. Fisher, treasurer. 

Notaries — Lemuel H. Stover, ]\Iay 16, 1911 ; Barrett Potter, 
May 16, 1911; S. L. Forsaith, Jan. 29, 1917; C. E Sawyer, May 
19, 1912; E. W. \Yheeler, April 27, 1916; A. J. Hutchinson, 
Feb. 23, 1913; Ray P. Eaton, July 30, 1915; Samuel B. Furbish, 

Cigars Fof a Ouick Lunch drop in at 'c® Cream 

Tobaccos ^ Sodas 

rjc,,... The Maine Ceotrii Cate--^;^^ 

a specialty •*• ■*• station 



Maine St. BODWELL 4 SON ^mS^^ 

Dutchess Trousers I'JJTlv '''''''°'' 

lil^SINESS DIRECTORY 11:} 

Apr. 27,, 19] (S; G. Allen Howe, Fel). 24, 1916. J. II. Rousseau, 
Aug. 10, 1918. 

Justices—Emery T. Getchell, Dec. 10, 1914; J. H. Rous- 
seau, Dec. 30, 1909; B. R. Jordan, Nov. 9, 1912; Alphonse Bari- 
beau, Mar. 23, 1913; Barrett Potter, Sept. 25, 1915; G. Allen 
Howe, Sept. 22, 1910; Thos. H. Riley, Nov. 18, 1916; Jas. W. 
Crawford, Dec. 31, 1913; A. H. Holmes, Aug. 22, 1911; James 
R. Jordan, Nov. 9, 1912; M. H. Blackwell, Apr. 25, 1911; Ste- 
phen C. Whitmore, Jan. 22, 1911 ; E. W. Wheeler, Dec. 16, 1911 ; 
Harry F. Thompson, Feb. 10, 1916; Ray P. Eaton, July 30, 
1915; Chas. I. Giveen, May 7, 1914; Isaiah R. Morrell, Nov. 19, 
1915; D. G. Purington, Nov. 19, 1915. Dedimus, L. H. Stover, 
E. W. Wheeler. 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

EATON HARDV/ARE CO., 94 ]\Iaine (See p 97.) 

FURBISH, B. L., 58 Maine (See p 8.) 

Hunton, L. P., 8 Cleaveland 

RIDLEY, GEO. B., 138-140 Maine (See p 2.) 

AMUSEMENT HALLS 

Pastime, W. 0. Gould Prop., cor Maine & Cumb. 
Pictureland — Fred Tremblay, prop., 118 Maine 

ANTIQUITY SHOP. 

Stetson, Miss Anabel, prop. 147 Maine 

APOTHECARIES 

ALSO CONFECTIONERY AND CIGARS 

ALLEN, C. W.,148 I\[aine (See p 4) 
DRAPEAU, GEORGE, 60 Maine (See p 32.) 
WILSON, F. H., 82 Maine (See p 86.) 
MESERVE, P. J., 134 Maine (See p 59.) 

ASSOCIATIONS. 

Masons — United, No. 8, 2d Tuesday; St. Paul's Royal Arch 
Chapter, No. 14, first Friday ; ]\Iount Vernon Council, No. 2, 
meets (quarterly ; Eastern Star, Hawthorne, first ]\Ionday. G. A. 



Insorance Z' John W. Riley 



For all lM.ABi8«#»nAA Call 
Kinds of 



CIVEN'S Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL- 74 Maine St. Phone 52-R 
114 BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

R.— Vincent :\Iountfort No. 22. Fri.; Relief Corps, Tues. S. of 
V. — Appomatox, No. 42, 2d ilon ; Ladies Auxiliary, 1st and 3d 
Mon. I. 0. 0. F.— Pejepscot, No. 18, Thnrs. ; Casco Enc., No. 37, 
1st and 3d Wednesday ; Evening Star Rebekah, No. 26, 2d and 
4th Mon. K. of P. — Fort George, No. 37. ]\Ion. : Pythian Sisters, 
Alvah Young, Tues. W. C. T. T\— 2d and 4th Tuesday. A. 0. 
X:. AY.— Brunswick, No. 56, 2d and 4th Tues. N. E. 0. P.— Bow- 
doin. No. 109. 2d and 4th Tues. 1. 0. R. M.— Domhegon, No. 43, 
Fri. St. John Band — Jos. Belanger, leader. Pejepscot Historical 
Society — I. P. Booker, sec. St. Jean Baptiste Societe — 4th Sun. 
Holy Name Society — 2d Sun. ITnion St. Jean Baptiste Amer- 
ique— 2d and 4th :\Ion. ; M. W. of A.— Bowdoin. No. 11,198, 2d 
and 4th Fri. Brunswick Club — F. E. Roberts, sec. Odd Ladies 
— Merrymeeting. 2d and 4th Thurs. Paper ^Makers' Union — 
No. 86, 1st Sat. C. 0. of F.— St. John Baptist, 1st and 3d :\ron. 
Les Artizans Canadiene Francais — Brunswick 1st and 3d Sun. 
Ladies' Auxiliary, 2d ^lon. Odd Fellows' Club — L. S. Higgins, 
jr, sec. Am. Benefit xVss'n. — 2d and 4th Wed. Textile Union — 
2d Thurs. Union IMeaus of Highways— 4th Sat. K. C. I. L. Club 
— E. N. Courson, sec. 

BAKERS 

Columbe, 0., 14 Mill Elaine Street Home Bakery, 28 
Frost & Smith, 116 :\raine Maine 

Helie, J., 71 I\Iill Snow, F. D., 28 Pleasant 
I\[errow. II. S., 180 Maine 

BANKS 

Brunswick Loan & Building Ass'n., 98 ]\Iaine 
Brunswick Savings Inst. Cor. ]\Iaine and Bank 
First National Bank, Cor. Bank and ]\Iaine 
Pejepscot National Baiiir. 46 Maine 
Topsham & Brunswick Savings Bank. 46 ]\laine 
Union National Bank, 120 Maine 

BARBERS 

Coulom])e, IL, 49 ]\Iaine 
Courtemanche, Geo., 11 Gilman Ave. 



stop at our store and let us take the order for your groceries 
and meats. We give you polite attention and all orders filled 
promptly, reasonably priced, reliable goods. 
I^JEaijSOTU" 3VtcE»-A.IDI>^::]N" next to town HALl 



Main? St. BODWELL 4 SON ^S^^ 

RELIABLE CLOTHING FOR BOYS 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 115 

Desjardins, Fred, Cor. Maine & Lincoln 

Eaton, Chas. H., 162 Maine 

Harvey, Thos., 52 Maine 

Harvey, AYm., 136 jNfaine 

Langen, J. E., 136 Maine 

LOMBARD, J. R., 115 Maine, (See p 4.) 

Pollard, C. L., 146 Maine 

Smith, B. H., 12 Bowker 

SOULE, W. S., 188 aiaine (See p 10.) 

Theberge, E., cor Maine & Lincoln 

BICYCLES, ETC. 

Maybury, J. B., 5 Elm 
Libby, H. W., 123 Maine 

BILL POSTER 

Fuller, Geo. W., 77 Union 

BILLIARD HALLS. 

Hackett, G. E., 77 ]\Iaine 
Sedgeley, II. J., Cor. Maine & Center 

TOWNSEND, C. E., (Park Bowling Alleys) 186 Maine, 
(See p 9.) 

BLACKSMITHS 

Aubens, J. A., 20 Spring Parent, E., 69 Union 

Bernier, G., 67 Union Pratt, C. B., 21 Middle 

Brassard, F., 20 Dunning Roberts, W. C, 15 Town PI. 

Dumais, 0., 24 Oak Schink, D., 25 Mill 
McKenney, W. S., 3 Franklin 

BOARDING HOUSES 

Davis, IMiss Sarah A., 9 Everett 
Fournier, J. Z., 19 ^Nlason 
Moslier, Anna Miss, 10 Cleaveland 
Norton, Mrs. P. 0., 198 Maine 



MILEAGES '" '-:¥'*' J 





Civen's Smokers' Supplies 

B. B. B. Pipes. 74 Maine Street . Phone 52-R 

116 I^rSINESW DIRECTORY 

BOARD OP TRADE 

Wilson, F. II., president 
]MeKecn, Joseph, secretary 

BOOKS, STATIONERY & NEAVS. 

CHANDLER, F. W. & SON, 150 .Maine (See p 6.) 
Davis, J. E. Co., 62 ]\Iaine 

BOOTS, SHOES, RUBBERS, ETC. 

DEALERS 

Day, A., 96 Maine 

Drapean, F., 56 IMaine 

HOBERTS SHOE STOUE, 64 .Alaine (See p 5.) 

WEBB, E. C, 20 :\raine, (S(m> p 84.) 

REPAIRS 

Barribean, J. P., 12 Elm 

Bernier, A., Union 

Bernier, Z., 35 ]\Iaine 

Cobb, G. W., 3 Union 

Dejenais, AY., Elaine 

Drapeau, F., 56 j\Iaine 

Joy, L. A.. 13 Dnnlap 

PIUZE, E., 61 I\[aine (See p 7.) 

ROBERTS SHOE STORE, 65 Elaine (See p 5.) 

Varney, A. F., (iO .Alaine 

BOTTLERS. 

Pine Sin-ing Water Co., F. II. Wilson, president; Cor. Alaine & 
Dnnlap streets. 

BOWDOJN COLLEGE 

Hyde, William DeAVilt, president 

I^OAVLING ALLEYS 

Elite Bowlino Alley. J. B. Ginird, 26 Maine 
PARK BOWLING ALLEYS & POOL ROOM, C. E. Town- 
send, ])rop. 186 Alaine (See p 9.) 

McFABDEN'S GROCERY AND MEAT PHARKET 

INEXX TO TOVNIN HALB_ 

We pride ourselves on the good quality of our goods, only the 
best of good things grocerywise here. 



90 

Maine St. 



Brunswick 
Maine 



The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx CSothlng^ 



BrSlNlWS DIJiECTORY 



117 



liOXKS (PAPER) 

The Baxter Paj^er Pox (*()., Cluis. A. Coggshall, mug]-, 7!) ]\[aiiie 
DENNISON MFG. CO., F. W. Chandler, agent 



llacker, C E., River rd 



BRICK 



BUTCHERS 



]Merriman, P. S., River rd 
AValker, S. A., 117 IMaine 

CANNED GOODS. 

Baxter II. C. & Bro., 70 :\Iaine 
Snow Flake Canning Co., 79 ]\Iaine 
The Baxter Bros. Co., 79 iMaine 
The Eastman Co., 79 I\Iaine 
]\letcalf, A. v., Jordan ave 

CARPENTERS 



Alexander, Holman, INIcKeen 
Allen, Enos P., 3 Stanwood 
Arsenault, Jos. F., 39 JMaine 
Barnes, Ralph W., 7 Chnrch rd 
Belanger T, 51 Pleasant 
Bernier, Geo., emp j\I. C. R. R. 
Blake, Reuben B., 19 Spring 
Blethen, Alonzo, 20 Potter 
Bibber, Benj. P., R. D. 4 
Brown, Oscar,15 Franklin 
Bryant, Ernest I., Bath rd 
Cain, Wm. G., 12 Harpswell 
Campbell, Geo. D., 10 Cedar 
Caron, Onesime, 45 Union 
Carpenter, Robert A., 261 jMain 
C(^bb, Henry K., 13 School 
Collins, Lewis W., 25 AVater 
Dickerson, Arthur, R. F. D. 3 



Doyle, Jack, R. F. D. 3 
Dunning, H. E., Gt. Is. rd 
Dyer, A. W., R. F. D. 2 
Edwards, John W., 266 JMaine 
Foster. H. W., 8 IMcLellan 
French, Samuel W., R. F. D. 1 
Gaudreau, Henry 0., 5 Spring 
Getchell, John, R. F. D. 3 
Godbout, A., 3l^ Dunning 
Goddard, Fred C, 74 Union 
Gould, Frank E., Stanwood 
Hacker, Chas. E., 7 Jordan ave 
Harmon, B. F., 21 Pleasant 
Higgins, A. L., R. F. D. 3 
Iliggins. Geo. W., R. F. D. 3 
Holt, Chas. II., 33 School 
Howes, L. D., 50 Harpswell 
Hutchinson, H. W. 





W. ME - 1 



GIVEN'S Ice Cream 

74 Maine Street. Phone 52-R 
118 BUSINESS DIKECTOKY 

Litehfiekl, Bert, G Columbia avfSniith, John II., R. F. D 3 
Litchfield, H. L. Stai)les, Forest E., 21 Federal 

Lapham, E. H., 13 Stone Stevens, A. H., R. F. D. 3 

]\IcPherson, John, 2 Coffin PL Stimpson, A. L., 98 Pleasant 
Merrynian, C. W.. 45 Ilarpswell Storer, J. G., 64 Pleasant 
Morang, Frank C, Chnrch rd Stul)bs, II. S., 57 Jordan ave 
Philbrook, Jos., 6 Page Thompson, N. T. C, R. F. D. 3 

Plourde L., 19 Oilman ave Wilson, H. E., 282 Maine 

Reed, J. 0., R. F. D. 3 Winslow, C. .II., 15 Dunning 

Rideoiit, John C, 11 Federal Wyman, J. E., 110 Union 
Ridley, C. A., 64 Pleasant York, T. A., 14 Stanwood 

Saintonge, E. T., 16 Swett 

CARRIAGE REPAIRERS 

Parent, E., 69 Union 
Schink, D., 25 Mill 

CARRIAGES, SLEIGHS AND HARNESS 

Parent, E., 69 Ihiion 

TOWSEND, C. E., rear Town Bldg. (See p 9.) 

CHIROPODISTS 

Richardson. Annie ^liss. 8 Lincoln 

WATSON, A. B. MISS, 97 Maine (see inside front cover.) 

CIVIL ENGINEERS 

Bowker, Chas. L., Town Bldg. 
Crawford, J. W., Town Bldg. 
Drew, Geo. E., 9 High 
Litchfield, Stephen, ToAvn Bldg. 
Vose, Geo. L., 10 Cumberland 

CLERGYMEN 

Chapman, H. L., 79 Federal 
Cochrane, J. B., Bap., 41 Cumberland 
Cudworth, Elliott S., Pleasant 
Haley, J. F., ]\Ieth., 6 Pleasant 
Ilerrin, C. ]\I., 37 Cumberland 

Ssr- Maine Central Cafe .— 

MADE ISEXT TQ M. C R. R. STATION * SPECIALTY 



Ma^est. BODWELL & SON ''^^ 

CLOTHING, HATS AND FURNISHINGS 



BUSINESS DI RECTORY 1 1 !) 

Hyde, William DeAVitt, Sb Federal 
Kelley, Alvah E.^Free l^)ai)tist, 12 Page 
Mitchell Wilmot B., 6 College 
Nelson, Frederic T., Univ., 13 Lincoln 
Parsons, Louis A., Epis., 13 Pleasant 
Quint, John IL, Cong., 17 Lincoln 
Tranchemontagne, Jos('i)h, Cath., 37 Pleasant 
Orieux, Joseph, Cath.,;]7 Pleasant 

CLOTHING AND MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS 

BODWELL. E. S. & SON, 90 i\Iaine 
Lepointe, T., 32 J\Iaine 

PENNELL, J. W. & O. R., 72 JMaine (See p 7.) 
WEBB, F. C. & CO., 20 .Maine (see p 84) 

COAL 

CHANEY, J. F. COAL CO., 120 Maine (See p 3.) 
KNIGHT & STANWOOD COAL CO., 139 Maine (See p 48.) 

CONFECTIONERY .MANUFACTURERS 

Frost & Smith, 116 Maine 
jMorton Pon-Bon Co., 119 IMaine 
GIVEN, H. J., 74 Maine 

RETAIL 

Frost & Smith, 116 Elaine 

GIVEN, H. J., 74 Maine 

KENNEBEC FRUIT CO., 142 :\[aine, (See p 3.) 

MAINE CENTRAL CAFE, 208 Maine 

JMorton Bon-Bon Co., 119 IMaine 

Rawdings Cafe, llSy^ Maine (Also see grocers & ai)othecaries.) 

CONTRACTORS AND IMtJLDERS 

Barnes, David C, 3 Belmont 
Booker, Chester IL, 17 Everett 
Cobb, IL B., 34 Gushing 
Hacker, C. E., 7 Jordan ave. 
Philbrook, Jos., 6 Page 



Qiven's Candy Kitchen 

WHOLESALE &, RETAIL- 74 Maine St. Phone 52-R 
120 JUSLXKSS DiKECTOKY 

DENTISTS 

Brown. W. E., Town IJklg:. Raeine, A., 84 Maine 

Curtis, J. W., Town Bldg. Simpson, C. S., R. F. D. 4 

Ilaslvell, A. AV., Town Bldg. Staples, A. H., IIGV'- Maine 

Lonihard, J. II., 97 Elaine Stetson, J. S., 98 ]\Iaine 

DRESSMAKERS 

Atkinson, lilrs. Ellen A., Riv. rd, R. F. D. 4 
Brown, Mrs. Julia S.,R.F.D. 4 Lectere, Delia, 28 Mill 
Caouette, IMrs. N. Mieliaud, F. A. 89 Maine 

Coulombe, Miss Elsie, 33 High ]\Iichaud, J. E. 114 Maine 
Dumais, Angeline Odiorne, Miss Lillian 194 Maine 

Gaguon, Mrs. J., 20 Oak Swift, Miss ^largaret 6 Lincoln 

Grenier, Mme. S., 89 :\Iaine Sylvester, Ella AI.. R. F. D. 4 

Ilarward, Mrs. N. V., Green Tondrean, Corinne 33 Union 
Holt, ]\liss IMinnie S. 33 School 

DRY AND FANCY GOODS 

Abelon, L. 30 i\Iaine Seuter, W. F. 122 Maine 

Davis, J E. Co., 62 ]\Iaine Singer, M. 50 Maine 

Drapeau, ]\Iiss A. 92 ]Maine Stetson, Geo. C. 54 Maine 
WILL, JAS. E. CO., 100-102 Maine, see p 2 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 

Brunswick Electric Light & Power Co., 93 ]\Iaine 
Hamlin, F. H., Bank 

EXPRESS COMPANIES 

American Exjjress Co., 103 Maine 

Crawfords Express Co., 431/2 Elaine 

Hoyt's Express Co., 69 I\Iaine 

LEONARD'S EXPRESS CO., Ill Maine, (see p 3) 

Tarbox Express Co., 67 ]\Iaine 

FELDSPAR 
Trenton Flint & Spar Co., G. D. Willis. Agt. 
cigars For a Quick Lunch drop in at 'c® Cream 

Tobaccos ^ Sodas 

Pipes 



Good Coffee 1 flfl MUDG uflDlFll CWB Next to MC 
a specialty - _ - ^_ ^^ Station 



90 

Maine St. 



Brunswick 
Maine 



iELIABLE CLOrmnG FOR BOYS 



BUSINESS DIRECTOKY 



121 



FERRULES xVND .MACHINERY 

l>i'uiis\vi('k MJ'g'. Co., Stcunvoucl 

FERTILIZERS 

Booker & Co., 220-224 Seribner, D. & C. E., 2 "Sh 

Randall & Doimell, 136 Elaine Snow, L. D., 113 JMaine 

FISH 

Bickford, Leonard off Gt. Is. Rd. 
Coffin, AVillimn 71 Maine 

FLORIST 

Butler, Wm., jMere Ft. Rd. 

FRUIT DEALERS 

Bruiiswieic Fruit (*o.. Elm St., 
KENNEBEC FRUIT CO., 142 .Maine (see p 3) 

;i]so see grocers 

FURNITURE, CARPETS AND FURNISHINGS 

Fitzgerald Bros., (new and 2d hand) 1!)1 IMaine 

Gordon, AV. E., 34 Elaine 

Melvin, F. W., (2d hand) 5 :\Iason 

Stetson, iNIiss A., (Antique) 147 Elaine 

H. Stetson's Sons, 68 Maine 

James F. Will Co., ((^arpets) 100-102 Maine 

GARAGES 



Allen, T. S., 7 Dunlap 
Stephenson & Co., ]\Iiddle St. 

GRIST MILLS 

Frost, Alton S., 54 Cumberland 
Seribner, D. & C. E., 2 :\raine 

GROCERIES 

ALSO FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY AND CIGARS 

Alexander. E :\I., 218 Maine 




For Sale and to Bent 
Town Building 



TEL. 41.2 




Civen's Smokers' Supplies 

B. B. B. Pipes. 74 Maine Street. Phone 52-R 



122 BCSINESS DJRECTORV 

] looker, & Co., 220-224 Maine 

Bi-illant, E. P., 41 Maine 

Crosman. A. J., 33 Elm 

Dyer, A. W., Dyers Cor., 

Emmons, li. E. Co., The 87 Maine 

Fine, J. D., 57 IMaine 

Fortin, J. E., (also feed) R. D. 3 

Fuller, Geo. W., Mere Pt. 

Fuller, R. S., Hardings 

Gaiidreaii; Hector. 06 i\lill 

JORDAN, R. B. & CO., 125 Maine, (see p 6) 

Lamphere, C. L., cor Maine and ]Mason 

Lemieux. C. A., 42 I\Iaine 

McFADDEN, NELSON, 124 Maine 

Morin, E. D., 15 Mill 

Morin, P. A.. 18 :\lill 

NASON, H. T., 195 Maine (See p 98.) 

Pierce & Son, C. A., 99 IMaine, 

Snow, A. I., 197 Maine 

Snow & Sons, L D.. 113 IMaine 

Stanwood, F„ 77 Pleas. 

Yandall, Noel 1 ITnion 

Walker, S. A., 117 I\Iaine 

WEBB & CO., F. C, 20 Maine (see p 84) 

AVhitehouse, G. E., 193 IMaine 

HAIRDRESSER 

IMcKenney, Mac B., IMrs. 114 IMaine 
Richardson Annie Miss 8 Lincoln 

HALLS 

Armory Hall, corner IMaine and Mason 
K. of P.. II. B. Dunning, Agt., Pleasant 
Storer Hall, 89 Maine 
Town Hall, II. J. Given, Agt. 

HARDWARE, CROCKERY, STOVES, TINWARE, ETC. 
EUBBISH, B. L., 58 Maine (see p 8) 

McFADDEN'S GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET 

INEXT TO TONVr^ HALL 

We pride ourselves on the good quality of our goods, only the 
best of good things grocerywise here. 



Matrest. BODWELL & SON ''1^ 

Dutchess Trousefs I'JoTl^ ''""'''°'' 

lU'SIXESS DIRECTORY 12:] 

EATOJSr HABDWARE CO., 94 Maine (See p 97.) 
RIDLEY GEO. B., l;]8-14() ]\raiiie (see p 2) 
tSmitli, llcniy C, (Croekery) household hardvrare. 



HARNESS 



Graves, E. A., 59 Maine 
Smith & Lenton, 169 IMaine 

KAY AND STRAW 

Frost, Alton S., 54 Cuniherland 
Scribner, D. & C. E., 2 Maine 

HIGH SCHOOL 

Kaharl, Edgar A., principal, eor Green and Federal 

HOTELS 

Bowdoin Hotel, F. Ouellette. i)rop., eor. .Alaine and Center 
Elm House, 4 Bank 

Hotel Eagle, F J. Harrigan prop., opp. ^l. C. R. R. station 
Inman Inn, S. .T Inman, prop., 11 Pleasant 
MAC'S TAVEKN, W. F. I\IcFadden prop. 206 Maine (See 
p5.) 

HOTELS (SUMMER) 

Domhegan House, ^liss E. C. Simpson, prop. 

Gurnet House, R. Jordan, prop. 

Jlere Point House, JMere Pt. 

New Iven, B. Desjardins, New ^leadows 

ICE 

Brunswick lee Co., QS Water, J. l\l. Niekerson, prop 
Spring AVater lee Co., Coffin Bros., Coffin 

ICE CREAM PARLORS 

Frost & Snritli 116 Maine 
GIVEN, H. J., 74 Maine 
]\lorton Bon Bon Co., 119 JNIahie 

kL:'o, Insurance ';: Jolm W. Riley 



CI YEN'S Cigars, Cigarettes, Toiiacco 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL- 74 jMaine St. riioiic 52-R 

124 iUSlNESS J)1RECT()RY 

INSrKAXCF. 

lUais, A., 116"/, Maine 

Bowker, G. E., 109 Elaine 

Caroii, S.. 22 Franklin 

Crawford, J. AY., Town Bldy. 

DONNELL, W. B., 136 Maine 

3Iicliaud, J. W., 9 Union 

MITCHELL, H. E., 97 Maine (see p 10) 

EandalkC^ A., 136 .Alaine 

Rich, C. C, 10 Center 

RILEY, T. H. & J. W., 126 :\Iaine 

Thompson, II. F., 98 JMaine 

JEWELRY, AYATCIIES, ETC. 

Caron, L. P., 86 JMaine 

EIELD, T. ALBERT, 141 1/> iMaine (See p 36.) 

Yarney, 11. W.. 91 .Maine (see ]> 8:J) 

Will, T. 1)., 98 :\Iaine 

LAUNDRIES 

Brunswiek Stea^n Laundry, Ro])ei-t Robertson, prop.. Center 

War, Chin 166 ]\Iaine 

Ilong, C. F., 44 IMaine 

CITIZENS' LAUNDRY, F. T. MeCann .Mgr. 73 Maine 

(see ]) 10 j 

LAWYERS 

Hohnes, A. II., 136 Maine 
Potter, Barrett 120 Elaine 
Rousseau, J. H., 114 j\Iaine 
Sawyer. C. E., 1161/^ :\Iaine 
Wheeler & Ilowe, IMaine 
Whitniore. S. C, 76 [Maine 

LIBRARIES 

Curtis [Memorial, Miss ]Mary G. Gilraan, Librarian. Pleasant 
BoAvdoin College, Prof. Geo. T. Little, Librarian 

stop at our store and let us take the order for your groceries 
and meats. We give you polite attention and all orders filled 
promptly, reasonably priced, reliable goods. 
I<raE3Xa!SC^3Xr 3VIcS'.^ab.3330ESlW NEXT TO TOWN HflLl 



Maine St. BDDWELL & SON Maine 

CLOTHING, HATS AND FURg^iSHiNGS 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 125 

LIGHTING 

Brunswick Electric Light & Power Co.,- Victor I>af?ley, Snpt. ; of- 
fice, 93 Maine 

LIVERY STABLES 

CRAWFOHD'S STABLE, Rear U:514 :\raine (See p 4) 

Drapeau, Z., 12 Cushing 

Dunning Bros., 127 Maine 

Gi'iffin, W. H., 11 School 

M0IIE,ELL, I. R., (sales) 189 Maine (See p 4.) 

SOULE, W. STANLEY, 46 Pranldin (See p 10.) 

AVoodside, E. H.. Post Off. PI. (sales) 

LUMBER 

Brown, S. T. & Co., Water 
FUIIBISH, B. L., 58 Maine (See p 8.) 
Gatchcll A. C, R. F. D. 3 
MORKELL, I. R., 189 .Maine (See p 4.) 
Starrett, E. B., 179 ]\Iaine 

MACHINISTS 

Allen, T. S., 8 Dmilap 
Berry, W. G., 29 :\IcLellan 
Lyon, A. J. & Son, 4 Elaine 

MAINE CENTRAL R. R. 

Priest, Geo. A., Station Agent. 

MARBLE AND GRANITE 

BSUlSrSV/ICK MARBLE & GRANITE WORKS, II. D. 

Lovell, prop., 22 ]\r;ddle (See p 98.) 

MASONS 

Atkinson, J. E., Brick. (J Bowlder. 
Barnes, L. A., 276 ]\Iaine 
Cobh, Geo. E., (stone) 31 .McLellan 
Co])]), II. B., 34 Cushing 



"TJEsx^Esi'aEaonKriE: -^x-s 



for PIAfiO TUNING to 



Qivcn*$ Candy Kitchen 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL- 7-4 Maine St. Phone 52-R 
126 15USINESS DIRECTORY 

Cox, Gilbert G., 17 Franklin 

Cripps, W. D., 85 Pleasant 

Getchell, C. I., Pejepseot P. 0. 

Hammond, E. A., (brick) 28 Bowker 

Hammond, Harold, 3 Coffin PI. 

Hammond, Jas., (Brick) 17 JMcLollan 

Hunt, F. A. 

Minott, Jas. 0., 99 Maine 

Ross, AValter, (stone) 7 Elm 

Sawyer, J. E., (contractor) 68 Pleasant 

Smith, Arthur W., 78 Federal 

St. Pierre, P., (stone) 30 High 

Storer, A. W., (brick) R. F. D. 1 

Storer, H. B., (brick) R. F. D. 1 

Yarney, L. M., Ill Pleasant 

Wilson, Ernest, 7 Stone 

AVilson, Howard, R. F. D. 4 

Wilson, John E., R. F. D. 4 

MEATS 

Alexander, E. M., 218 Maine 

DESPEAUX, H. E., under 113 Maine (See p 8.) 

Lamphere, C. L., Maine 

Lemieux, C. A., 42 Maine 

McFADDEN, NELSON, 124 Maine 

jMorin, E .D., 15 Mill 

Morin, P. A., 18 Mill 

Yandall, Noel, 1 Union 

AYalker, S. A., 117 Mnme 

WEBB, F. C. & CO., 20 Maine (See p 84.) 

I\1ERCHANT TAILORS 

JMikelsky Bros., Maine Plall 
NICHOLS, A. F., 76 ^hunc (See p 4.) 
LeClair, P. P., 84 :\Iaine 
Rosen, D., I86I/2 INlaine 

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:^11LL1NERY 

Drapeau. ]\li.ss A., 92 i\raine 
THE FASHION, 95 Maine (See p 7.) 
Ordiorne, Miss Lillian, 194 JMaine 
Reed, .Miss Ida C, Post Office PL 
Tibbetts, Mrs. W. F., 112 :\[aine 

MILK DEALERS 

LICENSED 

Alexander, W. R., Topshani 

Bickford, R. H., R. F. D. 1, Topsham 

Jiiette, M. 

Booker, E. L., & D. W., Lisbon Falls 

Burdg, Lewis, 14 Morse Ct. 

Crosman, I. A., R. F. D. 4. 

Day, H. K., 51 Pleasant 

Ennnons, H. E. Co., 87 jMaine 

Gastonguay, 0., Raymond rd 

Goddard, F. C, 74 Union 

Griffin, F. L., 36 Federal 

Harmon, F. E. 

Hunt, H. C, Casco rd 

Lamphere, C. L., 1 High 

Libby, Andrew, 14 Oilman ave 

Lemieux, C. A., 42 Maine 

Mallett, Alvah, R. F. D. 1 

Mallett, Mrs. E. C, Topsham R. F. D. 

Mallett, Mrs. G. F., R. F. D. 

]\Iassi, J. L., R. F. D. 3 

McFADDEN, N., 124 I\laine 

JMessier, Francis, Mere Pt. rd 

Patten, E. C, Topsham 

Pierce, C. A., & Son, 99 I\Iaine 

Purinton, D. G. 

Raymond, C. S., Ra.ymond rd 

Ruest, Jos., Sandy Gnlly Farm 

Sliaw, E. Y., Topsham 




GIVEN'S Ice Cream 

74 Maine Street. Phone 52-R 
128 IM/SlXEiSS DIRECTORY 

Small, 11. S., R. F. D. 1 

Smith, L. W., i\Iere Pt 

Snow, L. D., 113 Maine 

Thibeault, C, 24 Oak 

Thomas, ]\Ielville, New Meadows 

Toothaker, Sidney, 20 River 

Totman, W. S., & Son, R. F. D. 1 

Towle & Freeman, Topsham, R. F. D. 2 

Walker, S. A., 24 Jordan ave 

WEBB, F. C. & CO., E. Harpswell (See p 84.) 

MINERALOGIST AND LAPIDARY 

Towne, J. S., 11 Center 

MUSIC TEACHERS 

Allen, Florence M Miss, 36 Pleasant 
Beals, :Myrtilla F. iliss, 9 Cedar 
Campbell, Carrie A., Mrs., 22 Lincoln 
Crawford, Grace, Lliss, JNIaine 
Dolan, Elizabeth, 15 Page 
Forsaith, Isabel, Miss, 106 jMaine 
Houghton, Cecile ]Miss, 264 Maine 
Lovell, H. D., (clarionet), 78 LTnion 
Sawyer, Hervietta G. ]\Irs., 68 Pleasant 
Simpson, Regina, 14 JMill 
Toothaker, Prudence ^I. ]\Irs., 84 Union 

:\irSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

RILEY, T. H. & J. W., 126 :\Iaine 

NEWSPAPER 

Brunswick Record, 75 JMaine 

NEWSPAPER CORRESPONDENTS 

Riley, Thos. H. Jr., 126 i\Iaine 
Townsend, Frank D., 156 i\Iaine 

OIL 

Standard Oil Co., B. L. Dennison (Augusta) agent. 



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OPTO.METRIST 
"Will, E. A., 98 Maine 

PAINTERS 

Anderson, Fred C, 74 Ilarpswell 

Anderson, W. W., 108 Pleasant 

Brawn, George E,, 121 Pleasant 

Col)bett Bros., 15 McKeen 

Coffin, Chas. D., Dyer's Cor. 

Copp, Chas. II., (also paper hanger) 319 Maine 

Courson, Elbridge, 67 Jordan ave 

Conrson, 0. C, (also paper hanger) 56 Jordan ave 

Garrison, Samuel, Bath rd 

Given, Robert A., R. F. D. 4 

Godbout, Adolphe, 3l^ Dunning 

Groves, Arthur W., R. D. 3 

Groves, Geo. F., R. D. 3 

Ham, Wm. L., (also paper hanger) 3 Bowker 

Harmon, E. J., 7 Summer 

Harmon, Jas. W., 13 I\Iaple 

Hunt, Fred W., (sign) 89 Union 

Johnson, Frank, 5 Columbia ave 

Johnson, H. W., (also paper hanger) 6 Stetson 

Keay, Cyrus, (also paper hanger) 104 Pleasant 

Lawrence, John, 288 Maine 

lieroek, Fred, Weymouth 

i'ollard. Chandler, 14 Lincoln 

Pritchard, H., 11 Jordan ave 

Renaud, Stephen, 14 Gilman ave 

Saintonge, E. T., 16 Swett 

Storer, C. E., R. F. D. 3 

Storer, C. H., llli/o Maine 

Storer, W. H., R. F. D. 3 

Toothaker, C. H., R. F. D. 3 

Toothaker, D. T., 20 Cedar 

Towne, Jesse, R. F. D. 3 

Ward, W. C, 11 Cleav eland ^ 

For Sale and to Rent 
Town Buliding 

TEL. 41-2 





Civen's Smokers' Supplies 

B. B. B. Pipes. 74 Maine Street. Phone 52-R 
180 BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

AYinslow, F. C, 42 Ilarpswell 

YOUNG & AUSTIN, (carriage & sign) 07 Fnion (See p 88.) 

PAINTS AND OILS 

EATON HARDWARE CO., !)4 Maine (See p 07.) 

FURBISH, BENJ. L., oS .Maine ( See p. 8.) 

JORDAN, B. R. & CO., 125 Maine (See p 6.) 

RIDLEY, GEO. B., l:]S 140 ^Alaine (See p 2.) 

Snow, A. 1., 1*J7 ]\Iaine 

Snow, L. D. & Sons, 113 Maine 

PHONOGRAPHS, TALKING .MACHINES AND SUPPLIES. 

Caron, L. P.. S6 Elaine 

FIELD, T. ALBERT, 14111, :\raine (See p 36.) 

Libby, H. W., 123 Maine 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Hackett, C. S., 76 ]\Iaine 
Hessell, Carl A., 14 Spring 
WEBBER, G. B., 98 Maine (See p 8.) 

PHOTOGRAPHERS' SUPPLIES 
MESERVE, P. J., 134 Maine (See p 39.) 
WEBBER, G. B., 98 IMaine (See p 8.) 

PHYSICIANS. 

Adams, Eva A., 26 Cumberland 
Andi'ews, E. H., 98 Maine 
Cuniston, C. II., 1 Cumberland 
ELLIOTT, GILBERT M., lol :\raine 
Foss, C. W. P., 11 Cumberland 
Lambert, Henri, 66 Maine 
Mitchell, Alfred, 163 :\laine 
Palmer, C. A., 98 ]\raine 
Stetson, E. G. A., 98 :\Iaine 
Whittier, F. N., 161 Maine 

PICTURE FRAMES. 

Clatenburk. S. P., 67i/o Maine 
THOMPSON, A. E.,'93 Pleasant (See p 80.) 
WEBBER, G. B., 98 :\Iaine (See p 8.) 

McFADDEN'S GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET 

ISEXT TO TO\>'IN HALL 

We pride ourselves on the good quality of our goods, only the 
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PLUMBERS 

EATON HARDWARE CO., 94 Maine (See p 07.) 

FURBISH, B. L., 58 Maine (See p 8.) 

Ijyoii, A. J. & Son. 4 JMaine 

RIDLEY, GEO. B., 138-140 Maine (See p 2.) 

PRINTERS 

Brunswick Pn])Iishing Co., 75 JMaine 
Weatherill, E. H., 34 School 
Wheeler, G. M., Town Bldg. 

PUBLIC CARRIAGES 

CRAWFORD'S LIVERY STABLE, S. P. Pennell, rear 

1431/2 Maine (See p 4.) 
Dunning Bros., 127 Maine 
Edwards, W. B., 309 Maine 
Gilman, Jos. H., 33 McLellan 
Stone, Charles E., 7 Town Hall PI. 
Stuart, Chas. H., 13 Mason 

RAILROAD REPAIR SHOP. 

jNI. C. R. R. Repair Shop — P. M. AVatson, svipt. bridges & build- 
ings; E. A. Johnson, road master; T. S. Melcher, foreman of 
shop. M. C. R. R. yards. 

REAL ESTATE. 

Bowker, George E., 109 Maine 
Crawford, J. W., Town Bldg. 
EATON, RAY P., 14(3 I\taine (See p 6.) 
MAINE REALTY CO., :M. il. Sumner, mgr., 7H .Maine 
MORRELL & LEONARD, 111 Maine (See p 3.) 
Odlin & Odlin (it E. Mitchell, mgr.) 97 Maine (See pi.) 
Strout, E. A., farm agency, C. A. Randall mgr., 136 Maine 
Thompson, H. F., 98 Maine 



RESTAURANTS 



Eagle Lunch, 39 Maine 
Ilackett, G. E., 77 Maine 



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WHOLESALE & RETAIL- 74 Maine St. Phone 52-R 
1.32 , BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Holmes' Star Limch, 170 Elaine 

Leineiux. F. J., -'if) riiiuii 

MAINE CENTRAL CAFE, 20S M-aUw 

Painchaiul. N., 5 :\Iill 

Rawdiiiii's" C'alV, Geo. E. ^Morton, prop.. 11-j1o ]\raine 

SAILS AND AWNINGS 

Silsln- & (*().. 7(i ]\Iaine 

SEED POTATO C0.MPAN1ES 

Johnson Seed Potato Co., E. H. Rogers, Mgv. 
Brunswick Potato Co., Chas. I. Giveen. treas. 

SEWING MACHINES 

FIELD, T. ALBERT, 141 i/o Maine (See p 36.) 
Libhy, II. W., 123 Maine 

SOAP 

Bryant, C. M., Bath rd 

STREET RAILWAYS 

Waiting room, 145 Maine 

The Lev.'iston, Augusta & WaterviHe St. Ry., H. B. Ivers, supt., 

Lewi st on 
Portland & Brunswick St. Ry., Arthur Reynolds, supt., Preeport. 

STOCKINGS 

Briuiswick Knitting Mill, Cum})erland 

SURETY BONDS 

EATON, R. P., 146 ]\Iaiue (See p 6.) 
Fisher, J. W., 120 Maine 
Sawyer, C. E., 116^^ Maine 
AA^heeler, E. AY., cor Bank and i\Iaine 

TELEGRAPH OFFICES. 

Postal Tel. Co., G. W. Stuart, mgr., 62 Maine 

Western Union, G. W. ?>IcGraves, mgr., M. C. R. R. depot 

stop at our store and let us take the order for your groceries 
and meats. We give you polite attention and all orders filled 
promptly, reasonably priced, reliable goods. 

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Brunswick 
Maine 

CLOTHING, HATS AND FURNISHINGS 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY DJ.J 

TELEPHONE OFFICE 

New Eng. T. & T., Co., Town Bldg., E. R. Spear (Bath) mgr. 

TRADING STAMP CO. 

Merchants' Co-operative Trading Stamp Co., Miss Maude Pierce, 
mgr., 63 Maine 

NURSES 

Allen, Caroline P., 3 Stanwood 
Brett, Mary, 36 Federal 
Brown, I. S., Mrs., 11 JMaple 
Drury, JNIartha, Pleasant 
Wade, Elden G., 26 Jordan ave 

TRUCKING 

CRAWFORD'S LIVERY STABLE, rear 1431,2 -Elaine (See 

p4.) 
Haskell William. 12 Potter 
MORRILL & LEONARD, 1 1 1 Maine (See p 3.) 

UNDERTAKERS 

Gordon, W. E., 34 Elaine 
Harvey Stetson's Sons, 68 IMaine 

UPHOLSTERERS 

Clatenburk, S. P., 67i/. :Maine 
Gordon, W. E., 34 I\Iaine 

A^ARIETY STORES. 

CHANDLER, F. W. & SON, 150 Maine (See p 6.) 
Davis, J. E., 62 IMaine 
Smith, Henry C, 70 Maine 

VETERINARY HOSPITAL 

WATSON, CARR W., 3 Cedar (See inside front covch-.) 
AVALL PAPERS 

Booker & Co., 220-224 i\Iaine 

WATSON, CARR W., 3 Cedar (See inside front cover.) 



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Givcn's Candy Kitchen 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL- 74 Maine St. Phone 52-R 
U4: liUSJXESS DIRECTORY 

Davis, J. E. Co.. G2 ]\Iaine 

JORDAN, B. R. CO., 125 :\Iaine (See p G.) 

WATER COMPANY 

Brimswiek & Topsliani AVater District, C.L. Bowker, treas & mgr. 
Town Bldg. 

WOMAN'S EXCHANGE 
Parsons, Anne P. ]\Iiss, mgr., 147 ]\Iaine 

WOOD 

Brown, S. T. & Co., AVater 

Demers, Henry, 29 Cashing 

Kiiight & Stanwood Coal Co. (kindling) 139 Maine 

Lapointe, T., 32 Maine 

Lemieux, C. A., 42 INIaine 

WOODWORKERS 

Coombs, S. AV., 18 Potter 
Hamlin, F. H., 12 Bank 
Parent, E., 69 Union 
Saintonge, E. T., 16 Swett 

WRAPPING PAPER. BAGS, ETC., WHOLESALE. 

CHANDLER, F. W. & SON, 150 Alaine (See p 6.) 



TOPSHAM 



OFFICIALS 

Postnuivsters — AVarren AY. Goud ; Pejcpseot. II. X. Gregory; 
Cathanee. Annie Rogers. 

Selectmen— R. D. 1. E. AY. I\Iallett, F. E. Daggett; Bow- 
doinham, R. D. 2. Jos. AVhitney. 

Town Clerk— AVarren- AY. Goud 

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RELIABLE CLOTHJNC FOR BOYS 

BUSINESS DIRP]CTORY 135 

Treasurer & Collector — F. J>. ^feserve, Bowdoinham, R. 1). 2 

Constables — Edgar L. Hunter, Fred W. Atkinson, Walter S. 
Cash, F. B. Meserve, Fred A. Rackley, I\I. C. Hall. 

Road Com'r.— A. 0. Ripley, R. D. 2. 

Sch. Com.— Chas. G. Wheeler, Walter M. Williams, R. D. 1, 
W. S. Rogers, Cathance. 

Supt. Schools — John A. Cone 

Board of Health — H. 0. Cnrtis, sec. 

ATiditor— W. S. Rogers. 

ASSOCIATIONS 

Sagadahoc Agricultural and Horticultural Society 
Riverside Shooting Club, H. 0. Curtis, sec. 

BARBERS 

Bernier, Eddie, 42 Prospect 
Galusha, Cory don C, JMain 
HoM-land, Wm. W., Main 

BLACKSMITHS 

Dufresne, Alexis, IMill Island Shop 

BRICK YARD 

Flagg, David H., Summer 

BUTCHERS 

Dennison, John, Summer 
Mallett, J. F., Main 
Ward, Fred H., 26 Elm 

CARRIAGE MAKERS 

Small, E. J., carriage mkr & painter, ^Nlill Island 

CARPENTERS 

Bernier, Caliste, 42 Prospect 
Bradbury, L. E., Elm 
Cash, Walter S., 23 Pleasant 
Edgecomb, A. C, 19 Pleasant 

For Sale and to Rent 
Town Building 

TEU, 412 





GIVEN'S Ice Cream 

74 Maine Street. Phone 52-R 
136 UrSlNESS DIRECTOKY 

Furbish, Goo., AVinter 
Grover, Geo. F., Pleasant 
Hall, Arthur C., Elm 
Hicks, Frank, 32 Elm 
Hicks, James W., ]\Iain 
Sawyer, Charles, 20 Bridge 
Staples, Fred, Winter 
Stinson, Geo. E., 42 Elm 
Williams, F. A., 12 Elm 

CONFECTIONERY 

Berry, Frank, Main 

CONTRACTORS 

Colby, Frank A., 42 Bridge 

Gauthier, Andrew, Winter, P. 0. Bruns. 

COAL DEALER 

CHANEY, T. F. COAL CO., P>runs. (See p 3.) * 
Purinton, numi)hrey, Pleasant 

CLERGYMEN 

Graham, Geo. M., Pastor Baptist Church, 11 Winter 

Powers, M. G., Rev., 7 Elm 

Tetley, E. B., Rev., Fr. Bapt. Church, IMain 

DRESS MAKERS 

Clough, Augusta ]\I. IMiss, Main 
Mallett, F. L. Mrs., ]\Iain 
Quint, S. IL I\rrs., Elm 

GROCERS 

Alexander, Geo., Teas and Spices. IMain 

Cornish, J. W., Main 

Mc.AIillin, J. W., Main 

Groves, A. ]\lelchcr, cor jMain and Winter 

INSURANCE AGENT 

Hall, Melvin C, Elm 



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HTNCII ROOM 
Fortin, Octave, prop., 'S lU'idgo 

MILK DEALERS 

LICENSED 

Alexander, W. A. 

Bickford, R. II., R. F. D. L Buwdoin 

Chapman, M. E., R. F. D. 2 

Cornish, J. W. 

Emmons, The H. E. Co., Brunswick 

Higgius, D. H. 

Mallett, Alvah, R. F. D. 1 

Mallett, Mrs. E. C, R. F. D. 1 

I\Iallett, Mrs. G. F., R. F. D. 

Patten, E. C. 

Powers, E. G. Bowdoiuham, U. F. 1). 2 

Shaw, E. Y. 

Small, li. S., R. F. D. ] 

Towle & Freeman, R. F. D. 2 

LIVERY STABLES 
Quint, Geo. L., Livery and Sale Sta])le, Winter 

?<LiRKET GARDENER 

Daggett, F. E., 16 AVinter 

I\IAS()NS 

Belanger, Leonee, 25 Front 
Crosman, Frank, 31 Bridge 
Gagnon, Joseph D., 7 I^ridge 
Sedgley, J. M., 25 Bridge 

^MUSICIANS 

Baker, Louis 11., ]\lain 

Ridley, Isabel C, ^lusic Teacher, Elm 

For all Ifioiiranfii ^^"^ i#|| 

Kinds of isiylil lliluy ^|^^ S\J\ 



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WHOLESALE & RETAIL- 74 Maine St. Phone 52-R 
188 lirSIXESS DIRECTORY 

NTRSES 

Crosman, Rena Hiss, bds. 31 Bridge 
]Merriman, Florence P. INIiss, Elm 
^Merriman, ^Minnie IMiss. 46 Elm 

PAINTERS 

Atkinson, W. F., Painter, Main 

Belanger, Damase, Painter, 11 ^lill Rd 

Orr, Charles E., Painter, Summer 

PoAvers, AValter, E., Painter and Paper Hanger, 7 Elm 

Small, H. 0., Painter and Paper Hanger, Main 

PRINTER 

Daggett, F. E., 16 Winter 

REAL ESTATE 

Graves, A. Melcher, ]Main 

SHOE MAKER 

^liehaud, Charles, iSlam 

SAW :\I1LLS 

Colby, Dana S., prop. Coll)y's Saw and AVood Working ]\Iill, 
Main 

STATION AGENT 

Frost, W. E., M. C. R. R. 

TRUCKMAN 

White, L. II., Elm 

WHEELWRIGHT AND IRON WORKER 

Keav, D.. Main 



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HISTORICAL SKETCH 

OF 

Early Days in Brunswick, Maine 



NOTE — The following pages of historical matter have been 
largely compiled from the Wheeler history of Brunswick, Top- 
sham and Harpswell, due acknowledgement of which is here giv- 
en. THE COMPILERS. 

INTRODUCTORY 

Brimswie-k, the largest town in the State of ^Maiiie, has a 
history of whieh lier sons may well be proud. First settled l).y 
white men in 1628, only eight years after the Pilgrims landed at 
Plymouth Koek', situated near the eonnnon mouth of two of the 
state's greatest waterways, on the thoroughfare from the New 
England jMetropolis to the virgin territory of eastern and north- 
ern Maine, and the seat of one of the eountry's leading institu- 
tions of learning, it is only natural that her story should be inti- 
mately woven into that greater story of noble deeds and sterling 
character that the Pine Tree State proudly boasts. It is with no 
thought of attempting anything like a complete story of even 
the more important features of her history that this necessarily 
brief account is written, but ]-ather to treat in a few brief pages 
some of the points of greatest interest in the early years that 
all to whom these pages come, may have, in the absence of a com- 
plete history, at least a synopsis of tlie story of the begin- 
nings of the town in which they live. 

EARLY SETTLEMENTS 

The region about the mouth of the Androscoggin and Ken- 
nebec Rivers of Avhich Brunswick and Topsham form a part, will 
always be associated with the l)eginning of the white man's con- 
quest of the North xVmerican continent. Tradition tells that as 
early as 1605 Capt. George Weymouth ascended the river as far 
as The Falls. Two years later, 1607, the Popham expedition es- 
tablished a settlement at Small Point, which was destined to 
early abandonment. Nothing more ^vas attempted toward per- 



1 iO nRlTNSWlCK TTISTORICAL 

maiient settleiueiits till 1620, when the whole of the northeiii re- 
gions WHS grfUited to the Plymouth Company, which in turn 
made nunierous grants to other companies and to individuals, 
among the latter be!ng a grant to Thomas Purchase and George 
Way on June 16, 1632. The Purchase and Way grant was very 
indefinitely bounded hut included lands along the Rivers Andros- 
coggin and New ^Meadows. AVay undoulrtedly never settled here, 
but Purchase established himself on his new domain and engaged 
in trade with the Aborigines in farming and fishing. Ju.st where 
he lived is still a matter of dispute and uncertainty, but the the- 
ory that ajipeals to the writer as most reasonable is that which lo- 
cates his abode near the head waters of the NewMeadows river. 

However, Purchase had located on the land thus granted to 
him and his associates about four years earlier, 1628. ]\[ucli is 
written concerning this historic personage, but for all that, little 
is actually knoAvn of the man himself save his dealings with the 
native tribes and his- purchase and disposal of lands in this sec- 
tion. That he was a man of reckless daring needs no argument 
for any man who ventured into the gathering places of the Indi- 
ans in his time could be nothing else ; that he was a sharp trader. 
Indian tradition asserts and that he was the leading personage 
here in the infancy of this town the Pejepscot records easily 
prove. But beyond this little is known of him. 

No other permanent settlers are known to have joined Pur- 
chase for many years. About 1669 Thomas Gyles settled in 
Topsham at Pleasant Point and was soon followed by his brother 
James Gyles and by James Thomas and Samuel York. A short 
time after Thomas Stevens settled on the New jMeadows river. 
Alister Coombs was located here al)0ut tlie same time. About 1676 
Lancellot Pierce bought Stevens' property and resided there for 
some time. Other settlers were Alexander Thwait, thought to 
have been located near INIr. Purchase, as early as 165-1. Richard 
Collicut also settled near by. Thomas Haynes settled about 
1658 at IMaquoit. Other settlers at Maquoit, prior to 1670, were 
John Swain. Thomas Kimball, John Sears, Thomas AVharton, 
Sannicl liibby, Henry Webb, Edward Greet and Robert Jordan. 
At ^lere Point the following were settled prior to 1670 : James 
Carter, Thomas Haynes, Andrew and George Phippeny. 

Undoubtedly many others were collected together about the 
New ]\[eadows and the Islands. Certainly many settlers were lo- 
cated withiji the limits of Ilai'pswell around 1650. But with the 
outbreak of Indian hostilities in 1675, practically all effort to es- 
tabli,"-}! settlements stopped. Little more was accomplished till 
the I egiuning of the 18th century when the Pejepscot Company 



BRUNSWICK HISTORICAL 141 

came into possession of this tract of land and began to promote 
settlements and to otherwise deveh^p their property. The growth 
from this time on was more rapid and settlements more numer- 
ous. We shall make no eft'ort to taliulate the names of succeed- 
ing settlers. Suffice it to say that once the forest had been pene- 
trated and the tribes more or less intimidated, the settlers were 
emboldened to risk the dangers of frontier homes. Growth was 
rapid and while other parts of the state were but slowly settled at 
best there was no halting within the bounds of the Pejepscot com- 
pany's domain. All honor to the hardy brave spirits who carved 
the white man's village from the ti'unks of the giant pine, who 
harnessed the waters of the roaring falls and tapped the bounty 
of the virgin soil. 

INDIAN ACCOUNT 

Probalily there is no moi-e interesting phase of the struggle 
of our forefathers to estal)lish themselves in the wilderness than 
that whi(;h deals with their relations with the Indians. It would 
be difficult to find a man or woman among us who has not listened 
W^ith a shudden, in youthful days, to the stories our elders 
have handed down concerning Indian barbarities. The hardship 
endured by the settlers, heroic self sacrifice by fathers and moth- 
ers and almost ferocious daring on the part of those pioneers will 
always stir the pride and admiration of succeeding generations; 
but interest in those (pialities and struggles, especially among the 
young, pales into insignificance when we turn to a consideration 
of the Aborigines and their fierce onslaughts against the whites. 
And even for adults there is always much of interest, either of 
condemnation or pity, in the fate of the native tribes. 

The Settlers of Ijrunswiek while escaping some of the more 
ferocious of the Indian attacks, nevertheless were harassed fre- 
quently for more tluni a hundred years and at times open war- 
fare was waged with the accompanying scenes of bloodshed, 
scalping and what was sometimes worse — captivity. 

For many years immediately following the settlement, the 
whites succeeded in maintaining peaceful relations with the na- 
tives although much discontent existed among them on account 
of the alleged cheating practiced by the white traders, especially 
]\Ir. Purchase. 

But in 1675 when King Philip's war against the whites 
throughout the northern colonies broke out, the Indians of this 
region were found ready to vent their spite against the ''common 
enemy," and seemed to have treasured up recollections of all 
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any rate abcjut the fifth of Septeml)er, 1675, they appeared in 
consideraI)le force at the house of Thomas Purchase and under 
pretense of a desire to trade rob]:)ed the house and attempted to 
kill Purchase's son who fled for his life. No one Avas hurt in 
this melee but a few days later when a liody of some twenty-five 
settlers were gathering the corn -crop at the Purchase settlement 
the redskins lay in ambush for hours awaiting the time when the 
corn should all be harvested. When that hour arrived the blood 
curdling war-whoop sounded and they rushed to the attack. A 
sharp encounter followed, several on both sides were wounded 
and in the end the Indians carried away the corn. Sometime the 
following year the Pu.rchase house was burned and its OAA-ner com- 
pelled to leave. 

In spite of effort to conclude a treaty with the Andi^oscog- 
gin tribe — the most active of all — the hostilities continued and 
150 men under Majors W^aldron and Frost were dispatched by 
the government at Boston to subdue the natives and recover cap- 
tives. The force landed at j\Iere Point on the eighteenth of Feb- 
ruary, 1677. They were met by a party of Indians including 
Squando and Simon, the latter referred to as ''The Yankee Kill- 
er." After some parley the Indians stated that they desired 
peace and would bring the captives that afternoon. However 
nothing was seen of them till the next day when about noon a 
large number of Indians approached by canoe, landed, set fire to 
a house near by and challenged the soldiers to fight. The English 
attacked and killed and wounded several of them whereupon an- 
other parley Avas held. It Avas found that there Avas no hope of 
securing the captives -or of very severely punishing the Indians 
Avithout loss, so the expedition embarked for the Sagadahoc. 

On the 12th of April, 1678, a treaty was concluded and hos- 
tilities ended for a decade. But in the spring of 1688 the Indians 
again took the Avar path and defied all attempts at conciliation. 
Governor Andros took an expedition into this region in Novem- 
ber and erected Fort Andros Avhich Avas located on ]\Iaine street, 
near its junction with Cabot street. This fort Avas built under 
the direction of Anthony Brockhold aiuT Avas gari'isoned by a por- 
tion of the Governor's force. 

In the spring of 1690 the fort was captured by the Indians 
Avhereupon the ]\Iassachusetts authorities sent Col. Church here 
with three hundred men. On Sept. 13, 1690, he landed his force 
at ]\Iaquoit and marched by night to surround the fort at the vil- 
lage. x\t daybreak it Avas learned that the quarry had disap- 
peared just before their arrival. About a year later another ex- 
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but found no Indians. On their return and as they were em- 
barking a body of Indians who had been watehing from con- 
cealed places attacked tlie i)aity and killed Sherburne, captain of 
one of the companies. Not long after a conference was held at 
Mere Point between IMassachusetts commissioners and the saga- 
mores of this region when a peace was concluded. 

During these disturbances all attempts to maintain settle- 
ments had lieen abandoned, and the proprietors of this section 
known as the I'ejepscot company, found it necessary to offer spe- 
cial inducements to secure soldiers to man the fort at The Falls. 

The next outbreak among the tribes occured on the 13th of 
June 1722, when a party of sixty Indians in twenty canoes ap- 
peared near Pleasant Point, and landing, captured nine entire 
families. All of these were released except five men — Hamilton, 
Hanson, Trescott, Love and Edgar. These they retained as 
hostages for the return of four Indians held at Boston. During 
the summer they attacked and burned the settlement at Bruns- 
wick village. They were discovered by David Dunning and an- 
other soldier as they were approaching the settlement. Dunning 
tied to his home at Maquoit while his companion hastened to the 
fort with the alarm. He was fired upon but escaped. Some of 
the captives were butchered and others carried away. After the 
sacking of the village the redskins repaired to a house on Fish 
House Hill (at a place near the present house of Annie Stanwood 
on Water street) to properly celebrate their victory. But a 
cannon shot from Fort George partially destroyed the house 
they had seized and the Indians took their boats for Pleasant 
Point carrying their captives with them. 

A messenger was sent to Col. Harmon at Arrowsic asking 
assistance but the lurid flames from the burning dwellings had 
told the gruesome story even before the messenger reached his 
destination and two whale boats loaded with soldiers entered Mer- 
rymeeting Bay the night following the attack. Perceiving the 
fires of the Indian cami) at the Point the forces stealthily ap- 
proached, landed and at once fired upon the sleeping enemy. Six- 
teen or eighteen w^ere killed outright and many were captured. 

i\Ioses Eaton 's body was discovered by the bank of the river, 
his tongue having been cut out, his arms and legs cut off, and 
then killed outright. 

We hear nothing more of the Indian hostilities till April 13, 
1725, w^hen James Cochran of jMaquoit w'as captured while fowl- 
ing about the marshes. He was carried to the Ten Mile Falls. 
On the second night of liis captivity as his captors lay down to 
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and a giiii beside them lie carelully watched his oi)portunity, 
seized a hatehe'i. kided ])oth. sealpcd them and fled down the' 
liver. 

During the next few years occasional nuirtlers were commit- 
ted bj' the Indians but no concerted movements were attempted 
by them till "Max 9th, 1756. At that time a band of Indians 
met at Toi)sham, divided into two parties and prepared for oper- 
ations. One party amlmshed three men not far from ]\Iaqnoit 
and captured Abijali Young Avhom they carried to Topsham. The 
uth.er party appeared at Flying Point in Freeport at the house of 
Thomas iMeans. He together with his wife, child and his wife's 
sister, ]\Iiss IMoU}- Finney were dragged from the house. JNIr. 
j\Ieans was shot and scalped. As her husband was being mur- 
dered, INIrs. jMeans rushed back into the house, closed the door, 
and placed a chest against it. The Indians finding the door fas- 
tened, fired directly through it and the ball passed through her 
breast, killing the child in her arms. ]\Iiss Finney was carried 
away in her nightclothes to the rendevous at Topsham where the 
two parties met. jMiss Finney and ]Mr. Young were carried to 
Queljec and the former sold to a farmer Avho set her to work in 
the fields. She was soon transferred to the duties of the kitchen 
but was kept under strict v^'atch. Eventually Capt. Wallace of 
Falmouth who was at Quebec with a trading vessel, discovered 
her whereabouts and by means of carefully executed plans the 
unfortunate woman, escaped to the friendly ship. She was safely 
landed in due time at Portland and later married the man who 
had rescued her. Young obtained his liberty in about a year but 
died in Halifax of small pox. 

These adventures are aliout the last of the many that dis- 
turbed and endangered the lives of the settlers in this town. One 
item of interest centers about the famous chief Sabattis. At 
Maquoit one Daniel Eaton was wounded and captured in 1757 by 
this chief and carried to Canada. He escaped after a year and re- 
turned. ]\Iore than forty years after Sabattis passed through 
Brunswick and called at a store on the site of one occupied in 
part by B. R. Jordan & Co. Eaton was sent for, was recognized 
by Sabattis and the two held a pleasant chat till the old chief 
I)assed on his way. 

The foregoing covers oidy the more nota1)le of the Indian 
outrages but brief space forbids further reference. The cruelty 
of these children of the forest cannot but excite our resentment, 
but they also serve to make us the more deeply respect the valor 
and fortitude of the pioneers who braved the dangers the savages 
threatened. When we stop for a moment and consider that less 



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United States Senator from Maine Since 1883. 




THE LATE JAMES W. BRADBURY. 
United States Senator from Maine, 1847-53. 




THE LATE SPEAKER REED. 

A Maine Man Who Became the World's Greatest 

Parliamentarian. 




CHIEF JUSTICE MELVILLE W. FULLER. 
A Son of Maine Who Holds the Highest Judicial Position 

IN THE \\'0RLD. 




HON. WILLIAM T. COBB, ROCKLAND. 
Governor of Maine, 1905-9. 




GEN. JOSHUA L. CHAMBERLAIN, BRUNSWICK. 

The "Hero of Little Round Top." Ex-President of Bowdoin 

College, Governor of Maine, 1867-71. 




THE LATE ELIJAH KELLOGG, HARPSWELL. 
A Noted Maine Preacher and Author. 




THE LATE HON. JOSEPH H. MANLEY, 
Augusta. 





HOX. CHARLES E. LITTLKEIELD. ROCKLAND. 
Ex-Attorney General and Member of Congress from Second 

Maine District. 




HON. JOHN FREMONT HILL, AUGUSTA. 
Governor op Maine, 1901-5. 




HON. EDWIN C. BURLEIGH. AUGUSTA. 

Ex-Governor of Maine and Member of Congress from Third 

Maine District. 




THE LATE ANDREW P. WISWELL. ELLSWORTH. 

Justice Maine Supreme Court, 1893-1900: Chief Justice, 

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A BRIEF HISTORY OF MAINE. 

BY 

Jotin Clair Minot. 



All of us who are sons and daughters of Maine are justly 
proud of the place held in history by our native State, for we 
know that in all the great sisterhood of the Union there is no 
State with a past which gives its children more reason for pride. 
While students and writers for a long time neglected the early 
history of Maine, they have in recent years made more general 
use of the wealth of material here, and gradually the world has 
realized that back at the beginning of things on this continent 
Maine was playing a part worthy of a State whose record of 
achievements has been so long and brilHant in later generations. 

There is no need to delve into the misty traditions of the visits 
of the Northmen to our shores. There is good reason to believe 
that they explored the shores of New England centuries before 
Columbus was born, but all that belongs to legendary lore rather 
than to the realm of recorded history. But after the New 
World became well known to Europe the shores of Maine were 
visited by the earliest explorers, and this section soon became 
the center of the long and bloody struggle between England and 



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France for the possession of the continent. More than one 
early voyager sailed up the Penobscot River in search of the 
fabled Norumbega with its wonderful columns of crystal and 
silver. 

Not until the beginning of the 17th century did the explora- 
tions have definite results. The voyages of Gosnold (1602), 
Pring (1603), Weymouth (1605), Champlain (1605), and John 
Smith (1614) were the most notable in their effect upon Euro- 
pean knowledge of this section and in stimulating attempts at 
colonization. In 1604 a French expedition under De Monts 
planted a colony upon a little island at the mouth of the St. 
Croix River, then the only settlement of Europeans in all 
America north of the Spaniards in Florida. The colony was 
abandoned a year later, but it was nevertheless the real begin- 
ning of New France. The real beginning of New England was 
in the colony planted at the mouth of the Kennebec in August, 
1607, by George Popham and 120 others sent out from England 
by the Plymouth Company whose head was Sir John Popham, 
Lord Chief Justice of England. 

They built a fort, which they called Fort George, and erected 
a church and a score of rude houses around it. This was the 
first English settlement in New England, but like the French 
colony at the mouth of the St. Croix it was a broken beginning. 
The rigors of a single winter, during which their leader died, 
disheartened the colonists, who were largely adventurers and 
seekers for wealth, and in the fall of 1608 they all returned to 
England. Part of them made the return voyage in a little pin- 
nace or shallop of 30 tons which had been built soon after their 
arrival, the first shipbuilding venture in America and the begin- 
ning of the great industry which later made the Kennebec famed 
around the world. This craft was called the "Virginia of Saga- 
dahoc," this section being then known as the northern part of 
that vast and vague "Virginia" which Sir Walter Raleigh had 
claimed for England some 20 years earlier, and the lower part 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 43 

of the Kennebec being known as the Sagadahoc at this time and 
for a century or more later. 

In this same year, 1608, French Jesuits landed upon Mount 
Desert and a few years later they were joined by others from 
France, but in 161 3 the colony was wiped out of existence by 
an English expedition from Virginia under Samuel Argall. At 
this time and for many years later many English traders and 
fishermen were frequenting the coast of Maine. Their chief 
rendezvous was in that region which includes Pemaquid and 
Monhegan and the mouths of the Sheepscot, Damariscotta and 
St. Georges rivers. Most of them were mere adventurers, 
coming and going with the seasons, and making no attempts at 
permanent settlement until about 1625. In 1630 it is said that 
84 families, besides fishermen, were residing along the coast of 
this region. 

The permanent settlement at Pemaquid, which was later with 
its successive forts to be the scene of so much stirring history, 
dates from 1625-26. Sir Ferdinando Gorges received in 1622 
a grant of territory stretching eastward from the Piscataqua 
River, and within a few years Agamenticus, now York, Saco, 
Scarboro, Falmouth, Brunswick and Arrowsic were founded. 
Gorges had dreams of a city which should be the seat of great 
power and in 1641 Agamenticus became Gorgeanna, the first 
chartered city in America. In 1652 it was organized as a town 
and named for the English city of York, being the second town 
to be incorporated in what is now Maine. The first was Kit- 
tery in 1647. 

The part played by Maine in saving the Plymouth colony 
from destruction is a chapter of special interest. It was only 
the corn secured at Pemaquid and the neighboring islands 
which saved the Pilgrims from starvation, and later it was only 
by means of the profits of the fur trade maintained with the 
Maine Indians that Plymouth was able to free itself from the 
burdensome debt which it owed in England. The Plymouth 



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traders established several posts along the coast and on the 
lower Kennebec, but the one most important and most perma- 
nent in character was that maintained from 1625 to 1662 at 
Koussinoc, at the head of the tide on the Kennebec where 
Augusta now stands. 

The post stood where Fort Western was built a century later, 
in 1754, and here for a generation the men who came in the 
Mayflower were almost as much at home as in the streets of 
Plymouth. Few of us here in Maine have realized the close 
connection between Plymouth and ancient Koussinoc on the 
Kennebec. There is nothing legendary or uncertain about it, 
but it is a matter of authentic history that Myles Standish, John 
Alden, the Winslows, the Bradfords, the Rowlands, the South- 
worths and others whose names are revered as those of the men 
who laid the cornerstone of our civilization, came here to the 
spot where Augusta now stands, not once but continually 
through a third of a century. The site of old Fort Western 
and its immediate vicinity was long trod by the same feet that 
consecrated Plymouth Rock. These Pilgrim Fathers lived in 
peace with the Indians, but left wholly to the French mission- 
aries, who came down through the wilderness from Quebec, the 
work of trying to civilize or Christianize them. When the game 
became scarce the post was abandoned. 

The name of New England was given to this region by John 
Smith in 1614 on his voyage of exploration and trade along the 
coast. The name of Maine was early applied to this part of 
New England, as in the charter granted to Gorges by Charles I 
in 1639 when it is spoken of as "the Province or Countie of 
Mayne." The name, as is now generally accepted, came from 
speaking of it as "the main land" in distinction from the many 
islands along the shore. Massachusetts lost no time in bring- 
ing the Maine settlements under its authority, although the 
confusion in the charters and patents made trouble for many 
years. In 1652 all the towns as far east as Casco were annexed 



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by Massachusetts, and by 1660 all Maine west of the Penobscot 
was claimed and retained in spite of royal orders from Charles 
II. The region east of the Penobscot was then and for many 
years later held by the French, whose claims, indeed, covered 
the territory westward to the Kennebec. 

From 1675 to 1759 a series of Indian wars, six in all, devas- 
tated Maine, checking the tide of immigration, costing many 
hundreds of lives and ending at last, as such a warfare had to 
end, in the practical extermination of the Maine red men. The 
Indians had given a welcome to the early explorers and settlers 
which was wholly friendly, but in the course of a century they 
had suffered many wrongs. Their lands were taken, they were 
cheated in trade, the game was killed off and some of the Indians 
were even kidnapped and sold as slaves in Europe. Their con- 
tact with the English had brought them only degradation and 
injustice. Thus when King Philip's war began in Massachu- 
setts in 1675 it was not long before the Maine Indians were 
drawn into it, though it was with reluctance that the peaceful 
Abenakis of the Kennebec region joined the other more warlike 
tribes at whose hands they had often suffered. At this time it 
is estimated that between 5000 and 6000 people lived along the 
coast of Maine, of whom less than 1000 were east of the Ken- 
nebec. No fewer than 300 English lives were sacrificed in 
Maine and most of the settlements were abandoned and deso- 
lated before peace came in 1678. 

This first war was wholly between the Indians and the Eng- 
lish settlers. All of the remaining Indian wars were incidental 
to the long and bloody struggle between the French and English 
for the possession of this part of the continent, a struggle in 
which the Indians were always the active allies of the French 
who had never stolen their land or cheated them in trade and 
who had won them through the zeal of the Jesuit missionaries. 
To follow these wars would be tedious detail. No one of them 
was as bloody as the first war had been, for the settlements were 



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better protected by garrisons of soldiers from Massachusetts 
and the Enghsh had become more wary of surprises and ambus- 
cades. Still the fourth of these wars, usually known as Love- 
weirs war, 1722-25, cost the lives of fully 200 English soldiers 
and settlers. 

During the third and fourth wars the English sent numerous 
expeditions against the Jesuit missionary, Sebastian Rale, whose 
headquarters were at Norridgewock and who had carried on 
for over 30 years the work which the pioneer missionary of 
Maine, Gabriel Druillettes, had begun in the Kennebec valley 
in 1646 with the sanction of the English. Beyond doubt Father 
Rale used his great influence co keep the Indians loyal to the 
French, but the English accused him of encouraging uprisings 
and giving countenance to Indian savagery. Four winter expe- 
ditions failed in their main purpose, but in the summer of 1724 
a force of 200 English soldiers succeeded in surprising the 
Norridgewock village. A great part of the Indians were killed 
and the village was completely destroyed. Father Rale was 
shot with the rest and the scalp was torn from his white head 
to be exhibited in triumph in Boston. The power of the Ken- 
nebec Indians was broken and they never recovered from this 
crushing blow. Most of the survivors fled to the eastward or 
northward to Quebec. 

The struggle between England and France continued and 
many of the blows of the battle fell upon Maine. It was a 
Maine man, William Pepperell of Kittery, who led the expe- 
dition in 1745 which captured Louisburg on Cape Breton, the 
chief stronghold of the French in America next to Quebec. 
Many hundred Maine soldiers and sailors were with this expe- 
dition, and also with the expedition of 1755 which drove the 
French from Acadia and that of 1758 which captured Eouisburg 
a second time. A force of 400 French and Indians attacked the 
forts at St. George and Friendship in 1758, but failed to capture 



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them, and this was the last blow struck against the English by 
the Indians of Maine. 

In 1754, as outposts to guard the disputed border, the English 
built three strong forts along the Kennebec, Fort Shirley to 
replace Fort Richmond which had been built in 1718, Fort 
Western on the site of the old Plymouth trading post at Kous- 
sinoc and Fort Halifax at Teconnet or Winslow. These were 
never attacked and after a few years they were dismantled and 
abandoned, while settlements sprang up around them. The 
capture of Quebec in 1758 put an end to the long warfare, and 
with the welcome arrival of peace the tide of immigration from 
Massachusetts and Great Britain poured along the coast of 
Maine and up the river valleys. 

Maine's part in the war for independence is a splendid chap- 
ter in its history. When the news came from Lexington and 
Concord in April, 1775, a company was formed at York and at 
once hurried to Boston. A Maine regiment, raised by Col. 
Scammon of Saco, participated in the battle of Bunker Hill. 
The first naval battle of the war was the capture in May, 1775, 
of the armed British sloop Margaretta by the intrepid patriots 
of Machias who refused to obey the British command that they 
take down the village Liberty pole. In the late fall of 1775 
occurred the expedition of Arnold with iioo troops up the Ken- 
nebec and through the wilderness in the attempt to capture 
Quebec and win Canada to the side of the colonies. In October 
of the same year Portland, then a town of 2000 people, was 
bombarded and burned by a British fleet of four vessels under 
Capt. Mowatt. The British held the Penobscot through the 
war, with their headquarters at Castine, and eastern Maine was 
the scene of several important expeditions and engagements. 
But the patriots of Machias and vicinity remained unsubdued, 
and in 1783 the treaty of peace recognized the St. Croix, instead 
of the Penobscot, as the eastern boundary of Maine. It has 
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American army during the war, and of this number about iioo 
shared with Washington the hardships of that memorable 
winter at Valley Forge. 

Hardly had peace been declared in 1783 before the movement 
began for the separation of IMaine from Massachusetts, a move- 
ment which was not crowned with success imtil 1820, 37 years 
later. It was at first a minority movement, but the arguments 
for separation became stronger as Maine grew in population 
and desired more the dignity and privileges of separate state- 
hood. Then there was a political reason, as Massachusetts was 
strongly Federalist while Maine was in sympathy with the oppo- 
site party. The first vote of the people of Maine on the subject 
was taken in 1792 when 2,084 votes were cast in favor of sepa- 
ration and 2,438 against it. It is worthy of note, however, that 
in 83 of the 89 towns which made returns there was a majority 
in favor of separation. The six towns opposing separation were 
all in York county, and their overwhelming majority against it 
was large enough to more than overcome the majorities of the 
83 towns favoring separation. 

There were numerous petitions sent to the General Court 
during the following dozen years and several conventions were 
held, but the next vote was not taken until 1807 when 3,370 
votes were cast for separation and 9,404 against. Plainly the 
movement was losing ground, but the War of 1812 greatly 
strengthened it and when the third vote was taken in 1816 there 
were 10,584 votes for separation and 6,491 against it. In the 
next year another vote resulted 11,969 for separation and 10,347 
against it. The fifth and final vote in 1819 resulted 17,091 for 
and y,\'^2. opposed. Every town in Maine gave a majority for 
separation. In the meantime there had been no end of lively 
discussion in both Maine and Massachusetts and many debates 
in the General Court. The people of Massachusetts were very 
unwilling at first to allow the separation, but finally left the 
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Congress, but under a compromise Maine was admitted as a 
free state to offset the admission of Missouri, and on March 15, 
1820, the separation from Massachusetts became complete. 

A constitutional convention was at once held in Portland and 
only 796 votes were cast in the new State against the constitution 
there drawn up. William King of Bath became the -first Gov- 
ernor, receiving 21,083 votes of the 22,014 cast. The tempo- 
rary seat of government was Portland and in 1827 Augusta was 
made the permanent capital, other places which presented claims 
for the honor being Belfast, Wiscasset, Brunswick and Hallo- 
well. When Maine became a State in 1820 its population was 
298,335 and it contained nine counties and 236 towns. The 
population in 1790 was 96,540; in 1800 it was 151,719, and in 
1810 it was 228,705. At each census since Maine's admission 
as a State its census has been as follows: 1830, 399,455; 1840, 
501,793; 1850, 583,169; i860, 628,279; 1870, 626,915; 1880, 
648,936; 1890, 661,086; 1900, 694,466. In 1900 Maine ranked 
30th among the States of the Union in population. 

In the second war with Great Britain Maine bore an important 
part. A Maine man. Gen. Henry Dearborn of Gardiner, was at 
first the commander-in-chief of the national army, and Maine's 
quota of the troops called for was 2,500 men. The famous naval 
battle in which the American brig Enterprise captured the Brit- 
ish brig Boxer, occurred Sept. 5, 1813, off the mouth of the 
Kennebec. The British early invaded eastern Maine, capturing 
Eastport, Castine, Belfast, Machias, Frankfort, Hampden, Ban- 
gor and other towns. The few companies of militia could offer 
little resistance to the thousands of British regulars. At Bangor 
the enemy burned 14 vessels, carried others away and plun- 
dered much public and private property. Although the treaty 
of peace was signed Dec. 24, 1814, the British did not evacuate 
Castine until the following April. The "cold year" of 1816 
was almost as much of a blow to Maine as the war had been. 
There was snow in every month, the croos were complete fail- 



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ures and' it is estimated that about 15,000 people moved out of 
the State, most of them going westward to Ohio. 

After Maine's admission to the Union in 1820 prosperity 
reigned and the State made substantial progress. The first 
event of general historic interest was the dispute over the north- 
eastern boundary, commonly called the "Aroostook War" or 
"Madawaska War." The line had long been in dispute and 
was the cause of frequent quarrels among the settlers and lum- 
bermen of the St. John and St. Croix region. The officials sent 
to the border by the authorities of Maine and New Brunswick 
in 1839 came into collision. The militia was called out and 
there was a mustering of forces by both sides, but through the 
intercession of Gen. Scott, the head of the United States army, 
who came to Augusta for the purpose, it was decided to refer 
the question to arbitration, and thus the threatened bloodshed 
was averted. By the Ashburton treaty of 1842, Daniel Webster 
being the American commissioner, the line was fixed greatly to 
the advantage of Maine, and the State received $200,000 as 
reimbursement for the expenses incurred in defending the integ- 
rity of American territory. After the signing of this treaty in 
1842 the small body of United States troops which had been 
kept at Houlton since 1826 was withdrawn and the post aban- 
doned. 

After years of temperance agitation Maine led the way in 
legislation on this subject. In 185 1 Governor Hubbard signed 
the famous "Maine Law" which had been drawn by Mayor Neal 
Dow of Portland and passed by the Legislature through his 
efforts. This was the first prohibition law enacted by any state, 
and after being made more stringent in later years its principle 
was embodied in the fifth amendment to the constitution which 
was adopted in 1884. In recent years there have been vigorous 
assaults upon Maine's prohibition policy and attempts to have 
the question of constitutional prohibition resubmitted to the 
people, but without success. 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 51 

No state in the Union had a more glorious record in the Civil 
War than Maine. From Bull Run, where one-fourth of the 
Federal troops were volunteers from Maine, to Appomattox, 
where Gen. Chamberlain of Maine received the sword of Lee 
in surrender, the sons of Maine were always at the front and 
did their part. No state in proportion to its population sent 
more men to the defense of the Union. Over 70,000 Maine 
men enlisted under the old flag. There were over 30 full regi- 
ments of infantry, two of cavalry, one double regiment of heavy 
artillery, several batteries and hundreds of men who went into 
the navy, and when the regiments after long service were deci- 
mated by battle and disease they were recruited again and again. 
No regiments had heavier losses in battle than some of those 
from Maine. Maine regiments were the first to carry back the 
flag to South Carolina and Texas. No Maine regiment lost its 
colors in dishonor, or brought them back with any other stain 
upon them than the life blood of their defenders. The State 
has no more precious possession than those returned Maine 
battleflags which are treasured at the State House in Augusta. 

The financial burden which the war imposed upon Maine is 
indicated by the growth of the bonded debt of the State from 
$700,000 in i860 to over $6,100,000 in 1866, while in every town 
and city the debt burden was similarly increased. Moreover, 
there was such a drain upon the State that its population act- 
ually decreased in the decade from i860 to 1870, a misfortune 
which overtook no other Northern state except New Hampshire. 
But no figures of troops furnished or of losses in battle, nO' 
statistics of increasing debt or decreasing population can meas- 
ure what those four years of war meant to the patriotic people 
of Maine — the sorrow, the sacrifice and the suffering, the deso- 
lated homes and the broken lives. 

As to the political history of Maine it may be said briefly that 
in the early years the State was usually Democratic, and only 
once, in 1840, was its electoral vote cast for the Whig presi- 



52 MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 

dential candidate. Since the formation of the RepubHcan party 
in 1856, a movement in which Maine took a leading part, the 
State has been emphatically Republican at every presidential 
election, and also at every gubernatorial election except those of 
1878 and 1880 when a fusion of the Democrats and the Green- 
back party succeeded in electing their candidate for Governor. 
The Governor chosen in 1878 was Alonzo Garcelon of Lewis- 
ton, and in 1879, when another election was held, Governor 
Garcelon, desirous of gaining the Legislature for his party, 
seized every opportunity afforded by the irregular way in which 
the election returns were then handled to refuse certificates to 
Republican candidates and seat Democrats in their place. In 
this way a Democratic majority was secured and the Legislature 
was organized. The Republicans, gaining possession of the 
State House, organized a rival body, and proceeded to elect 
Daniel F. Davis as Governor since no candidate had received a 
majority at the polls. Feeling was intense throughout the State 
and Augusta became an armed camp. Peace was preserved by 
the militia vmtil a decision of the Supreme Court established the 
legality of the Republican Legislature. This affair of the 
"State Steal" or "Count Out," as it is referred to, was a crisis 
in the history of Maine and it is little less than a miracle that 
bloodshed was averted. In 1880 the system of annual elections 
was given up and the present system of biennial elections 
adopted. 

In the years that have passed since the Civil War Maine has 
enjoyed a progress that has been steady and substantial. The 
gain in population has not been great, only about 100,000 in 40 
years, for this State, in common with the others of New Eng- 
land, has suffered from a declining birthrate among the old 
stock and has seen for many years a continuous procession of 
its sons and daughters departing for the great cities and for all 
sections of the West. Factors in the increase of population 
have been the Swedish immis^ration to Aroostook and the influx 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 53 

of French Canadians to the manufacturing centers. The for- 
mer began in 1870, through the efforts of Hon. W. W. Thomas, 
Jr., of Portland, and the hardy, industrious and sober Scandi- 
navians, with their descendants, have been an important factor 
in the development of the great Aroostook region. The earliest 
European element, not English, to be introduced was the 
German colony brought in by Samuel Waldo who, in 1739, 
founded the town of Waldoboro. The Irish began to come in 
as laborers a century later with the beginnings of railroad con- 
struction. The Canadian immigrants have confined themselves 
largely to the cotton manufacturing centers of Lewiston, Bidde- 
ford, Augusta and Waterville. In this connection it is of inter- 
est to note that of the 15,878 births in Maine in 1907, 9,452 were 
the children of American parents and 3,265 the children of for- 
eig-born parents, while in 2,891 cases one of the parents was 
foreign-born. In the same year there were 11,427 deaths in 
the State, 6,498 marriages and 787 divorces. 

The material prosperity of Maine is indicated by the State 
valuation for 1907 which was given by the State assessors as 
$354,516,848. This was a gain of $72,640,047 in the preceding 
decade. Of the valuation in 1907 about 45 per cent was in the 
20 cities of the State. In 1907 the 52 savings banks of Maine 
held deposits of $85,382,447, representing the savings of 225,346 
depositors. This takes no account of the many millions depos- 
ited in the savings departments of the trust companies and 
national banks. It is an eloquent evidence of the thrift and 
industry of our Maine people and is a showing which few states 
can approach. Ten years earlier the 52 savings banks had 
deposits of $57,476,895 in the names of 163,115 depositors. 
The bonded debt of the State, which was $6,100,000 at the close 
of the Civil War, has been reduced to $334,000 in 1908 and will 
soon be wholly wiped out. Of the 521 municipalities of the 
State — 20 cities, 428 towns and 73 plantations — 280 are in 1908 



54 MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 

without a dollar of municipal debt and a large share of the 
others are nearly free from debt. 

The shipbuilding industry which was so important on our 
coast for generations, and in which Maine long held first place 
among the states, has declined in recent years, and the cutting 
of ice for export is no longer a thriving business. Along other 
industrial Hnes, however, there has been increasing prosperity. 
The development of the pulp and paper business has been 
followed by more extensive operations in the Maine woods. 
Although forests still cover about three-fourths of the area of 
Maine, the primeval growth of pine for which the State was 
famed has long since disappeared. It is the vast spruce tracts 
that supply the great pulp mills and the many saw mills on the 
rivers of the State. There are also extensive manufactures in 
hardwood. Agriculture is on a far better basis than in earlier 
years, and much more attention is paid to dairying, orcharding 
and potato raising. Over 95 per cent of Maine's 60,000 farms 
are owned by the men who till them. Maine ranks second 
among the states in granite production and high in its general 
mineral resources. In its fisheries it has more persons employed 
than any other New England state, nearly 20,000 according to 
the latest figures. Cotton mills are the leading industries in 
several cities on the Saco, Androscoggin and Kennebec, and 
woolen mills, lumber mills, shoe factories and general manu- 
facturing establishments prosper in all parts of the State, though 
only a very small part of the water power is yet utilized. The 
steam railroads of the State, which began in 1836 with the little 
road from Bangor to Old Town, have in 1908 a total of 2,145 
miles and there are also 384 miles of electric road. 

The development of Maine's summer resort business within 
the past generation and the increasing appreciation of the value 
of its fish and game resources have been an important factor 
in the prosperity of the State. Maine, with its unrivaled summer 
climate, its 3,000 miles of magnificent coast line, its 1,600 beau- 



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tiful lakes, its 5,000 rivers and streams, its vast and unbroken 
forests, its rugged mountains and its many picturesque villages 
among the hills and ponds, has won the name of "the nation's 
summer playground," and thousands upon thousands of vaca- 
tionists and tourists, hunters and fishermen, seekers for rest and 
lovers of Nature at her best are thronging within our borders 
each summer, adding many millions of dollars yearly to the rev- 
enues of our people. There are summer colonies all along the 
coast and at a hundred inland points, and the names of scores 
of Maine's summer resorts are familiar throughout the land. 
This annual invasion of summer visitors is solving in large 
measure the "abandoned farm" problem of a few years ago. 

From the earliest colonial times the cause of education has 
been dear to the hearts of the people of Maine. When the State 
was admitted in 1820 there were 24 incorporated academies 
within its borders and others were established later. Many of 
these, the oldest and strongest, survive, though the free high 
school law, which dates from 1873, proved a death blow to a 
large part of the academies. One of the first laws of the new 
State was that requiring every town to raise not less than 40 
cents annually per inhabitant for school purposes. The State 
has long had a compulsory attendance law covering the ages 
from 7 to 15, and few states have a lower rate of illiteracy. 
The old district plan of school supervision has given way to 
town management and to management by two or more towns 
uniting for the purpose. In 1907 the whole number of those 
of school age in the State, 5 years to 21, was 209,950; the num- 
ber of different scholars registered in the public schools during 
the year was 131,671. There were 3,989 public schoolhouses 
in the State and the estimated value of the school property was 
$6,151,746. The amount expended on the public schools of the 
State in 1907 was $2,040,285. There were 4,698 female teach- 
ers and 460 male teachers employed. The State maintains 
Normal schools at Farmington, Castine, Gorham and Presque 



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Isle and there are Normal departments at several seminaries and 
institutes. The institutions of higher education are Bowdoin 
College at Brunswick, dating from 1794; Colby College, which 
was established as Waterville College in 1820 ; Bates College 
at Lewiston, established in 1863, and the University of Maine 
at Orono which has developed from the Maine State College 
of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts which was established 
in 1868. There are also the Bangor Theological Seminary at 
Bangor, dating from 18 14, and St. Mary's College at Van 
Buren, established in 1887. 

But the greatest glory of Maine is not in its civil history, its 
military record, its political institutions, its industrial develop- 
ment, its educational progress, its material prosperity, its wealth 
of resources or its natural attractions. These things are themes 
for chapters in the story of our State, and the knowledge of 
them makes us love it more, but the proudest boast of Maine is 
the sons it has given to the world. These are the real test of a 
state's greatness, and measured by such a test the State of 
Maine has justified its motto of "Dirigo." Let us mention 
briefly a few of the great names that Maine can claim, names 
which the world knows and which the passing years will not 
dim. 

To statesmanship and the great realm of public affairs Maine 
has given Sir William Phipps, George Evans, Sargent Prentiss, 
Jonathan Cilley, William Pitt Fessenden, John A. Andrew, 
Hannibal Hamlin, Lot M. Morrill, the Washburn brothers, 
Hugh McCullogh, James G. Blaine, Nathan Clifford, Luther 
Severance, Thomas B. Reed, Nelson Dingley, Jr., Melville vVes- 
ton Fuller, AVilliam P. Frye, Eugene Hale, Charles E. Littlefield, 
John D. Long, Alfred E. Buck, United States minister to Japan, 
W. W. Thomas, Jr., long our minister to Sweden, Frank S. 
Black, governor of New York, DeAlva S. Alexander, the senior 
in service of the present New York congressional delegation. 
Senators Felch of Michigan, Grover of Oregon, Washburn of 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 57 

Minnesota, Gibson of Montana and Perkins of California, Gov- 
ernor Dole of Hawaii, Governor Pingree of Michigan, and 
scores of others who have attained eminence in public office in 
this and in many other states as governors, as members of Con- 
gress, as judges and in various offices of distinction. No other 
state ever produced such a family as the Washburn family of 
Livermore. This one family gave to the public service one 
United States senator, four members of Congress from four 
different states, two foreign ministers, two governors of two 
different -states, one major general in the army and one captain 
in the navy. 

Among those who have gained fame in the stern work of war 
Maine claims such leaders as Sir William Pepperell, Gen. Henry 
Knox, Gen. Henry Dearborn, Commodore Edward Preble, Gen. 
Oliver Otis Howard, Gen. Joshua L. Chamberlain, Gen. Berry, 
Gen. Selden Connor and Gen. Thomas W. Hyde. 

To literature Maine has given Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 
Nathaniel P. Willis, Seba Smith, the Abbott family, Elijah 
Kellogg, Sarah Orne Jewett, Rebecca Sophia Clark, Edward 
Stanwood, Arlo Bates, Charles A. Stephens, Martha Baker 
Dunn, Laura E. Richards, Edwin Arlington Robinson, Holman 
F, Day and a host of others of lesser fame, but whose works 
have strength and beauty and the elements of permanency. To 
music and art Maine has given Annie Louise Gary, Emma 
Eames, Madame Nordica, Franklin Simmons, the sculptor, 
Alfred Stone, the architect, and Eastman Johnson, the painter; 
to the stage, Sol Smith Russell, Richard Golden, Dustin Farn- 
ham and Maxine Elliott. Among Maine men whose scientific 
achievements the world has honored may be mentioned Parker 
Cleveland, Fordyce Barker, Sir Hiram Maxim and Robert E. 
Peary. 

To educational work Maine has given such men as Nathan 
Lord, for 35 years president of Dartmouth, President Harris of 
Amherst, President Mosher of Hillsdale College, Chancellor 



58 MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 

Day of Syracuse University, Albert K. Smiley, the founder and 
patron saint of the Mohonk Conference, Mary J. Garland, the 
pioneer in kindergarten work in America, and many great teach- 
ers of far-reaching influence whose names have long been hon- 
ored and beloved at our own Maine colleges. In the great 
world of business affairs we find such sons of Maine as William 
Deering of Chicago, the harvester king; Melville E. Ingalls of 
Cincinnati, the Western railroad magnate ; Jacob L. Greene, 
president for 30 years of the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance 
Company ; John F. Dryden of New Jersey, the builder and head 
of the great Metropolitan Insurance Company; Thomas H. 
Hubbard of New York, banker, railroad man and philan- 
thropist ; Frank H. Munsey, who has revolutionized the maga- 
zine business ; Henry V. Poor, the country's leading railroad 
statistician ; Henry W. Poor, railroad president and banker ; 
Charles W. Morse of New York, organizer of ice trust and 
steamboat trust ; Francis H. Clergue, organizer of stupendous 
industrial and transportation enterprises in western Canada ; 
Charles C. Stickney of St. Paul, railroad president ; E. C. Allen, 
founder of Augusta's publishing industries ; the Ricker brothers 
of Poland Spring, the greatest summer hotel men in the world ; 
John F. Stevens, for a time at the head of the Panama canal 
commission ; Eben Jordan, the great Boston merchant ; and 
Edwin Ginn and Dana Estes, the publishers. 

To journalism Maine has given such names as Crosby S. 
Noyes of the Washington Star, Edwin B. Haskell of the Boston 
Herald, Edward P. Mitchell of the New York Sun, and Morrill 
Goddard of the New York Journal ; to theology such names as 
Samuel Harris, Henry B. Smith, Roswell Dwight Hitchcock, 
Newman Smyth, Egbert C. Smyth, John S. Sewall, Charles 
Carroll Everett, Edwin Pond Parker, Bishop Spaulding of Colo- 
rado, Charles Fletcher Dole, Minot J. Savage and the Abbotts ; 
to the work of spreading Christianity in dark and distant lands 
such great missionaries as Cyrus Hamlin, George Dana Board- 



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man, Americus Fuller, Daniel Dole and James Liddell Phillips. 
Maine has given to the good cause of making the old world 
laugh such names as Artemus Ward and Bill Nye. In the work 
of temperance legislation no name is better known than that of 
the pioneer in this cause, Neal Dow of Maine. In the great 
organization of women banded together "for God and home and 
every land," no name is higher than that of Lillian M. N. Ste- 
vens, long its national leader. In Masonry, the greatest of all 
secret orders, no American name is more revered than that of 
Josiah H. Drummond. Among all the great anti-slavery agita- 
tors in the years before the war none worked with more impas- 
sioned zeal than Elijah and Owen Lovejoy, the former dying a 
martyr's death at the hands of a mob in Illinois. 

The list is incomplete enough, but it indicates something of 
the part that Maine has played in American history as a Mother 
of Men. The contemplation of such a roll of honor brings to 
our minds a realization, of the true glory whose luster sheds its 
deathless radiance upon the name of Maine. The past of our 
State is secure, and who can doubt its future? 



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Governors of Maine. 



1820 William King, Bath. 

1 82 1 William D. Williamson, Bangor, Acting. 

1 82 1 Benj. Ames, Bath, Acting. 

1822 Albion K. Parris, Paris. 
1827 Enoch Lincoln, Portland, (d.) 

1829 Nathan Cutler, Farmington, Acting. 

1830 Jona G. Hunton, Readfield. 

1831 Samuel E. Smith, Wiscasset. 
1834 Robert P. Dunlap, Brunswick. 

1838 Edward Kent, Bangor. 

1839 John Fairfield^ Saco. 

1841 Edward Kent, Bangor. 

1842 John Fairfield, Saco. 

1843 John Fairfield, Saco (elected to U. S. Senate). 

1843 Edw. Kavanagh, Newcastle, Acting. 

1844 Hugh J. Anderson, Belfast. 
1847 John W. Dana, Fryeburg. 
1850 John Hubbard, Hallowell. 
1853 William G. Crosby, Belfast. 

1855 Anson P. Morrill, Readfield. 

1856 Samuel Wells, Portland. 

1857 Hannibal Hamlin, Hampden (elected U. S. Senate). 

1857 Joseph H. Williams, Augusta, Acting. 

1858 Lot M. Morrill, Augusta. 
1861 Israel Washburn, Jr., Orono. 



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1863 Abner Coburn, Skowhegan. 

1864 Samuel Cony, Augusta. 

1867 Joshua L, Chamberlain, Brunswick. 

1871 Sidney Perham, Paris. 

1874 Nelson Dingley, Jr., Lewiston. 

1876 Selden Connor, Augusta. 

1879 Alonzo Garcelon, Lewiston. 

1880 Daniel F. Davis, Corinth. 

1881 Harris M. Plaisted, Bangor. 
1883 Frederick Robie, Gorham. 

1887 Joseph R. Bodwell, Hallowell, died December 15, 1887. 

1887 S. S. Marble, Waldoboro, Acting. 

1889 Edwin C. Burleigh, Augusta. 

1893 Henry B. Cleaves, Portland. 

1897 Llewellyn Powers, Houlton. 

1901 John Fremont Hill, Augusta. 

1905 Wm. T. Cobb, Rockland. 



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United Senators from Adoption of 
Constitution. 



Abbreviations — rs., 


resigned 


; f. v., filled vacancy; 


d., died. 


Name, 


Politics. 


Residence. Term of office. 


John Holmes, 


Rep. 


Alfred 


1 820- 1 827 


John Chandler, 


Rep. 


Monmouth 


1820-1823 


Albion K. Parris, 


Rep. 


Portland (rs.) 


I 827- I 828 


Appointed Judge 


: of S. J. 


Court. 




John Holmes, 


N. Rep. 


Alfred (f. V.) 


1 829- 1 833 


John Chandler, 


D. Rep. 


Monmouth 


1823-1829 


Ether Shepley, 


D. Rep. 


Saco (rs.) 


1833-1836 


Appointed Judge 


: of S. J. 


Court. 




Judah Dana, 


Dem. 


Fryeburg (f. v.) 


1836-1837 


Reuel Williams, 


Dem. 


Augusta (f. V.) 


1837-1839 


Peleg Sprague, 


N. Rep. 


Hallowell 


1829-1835 


Reuel Williams, 


Dem. 


Augusta 


I 839- I 843 


Resigned February, 1843. 






John Fairfield, 


Dem. 


Saco (f. V.) 


I 843- I 845 


John Ruggles, 


Dem. 


Thomaston 


1835-1841 


John Fairfield, 


Dem. 


Saco (d.) 


1845-1847 


Wyman B. S. Moor, 


Dem. 


Waterville (f. v.) 


I 848- I 849 


Appointed by Governor. 






Hannibal Hamlin, 


Dem. 


Hampden (f. v.) 


1848-1851 


George Evans, 


Whig 


Gardiner 


1841-1847 



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Name. Politics. Residence. Date. 

Hannibal Hamlin, Dem. Hampden (rs.) 1851-1857 

Elected Governor of State. 

Amos Nourse, Rep. Bath (f. v.) 1857 

Jas. W. Bradbury, Dem. Augusta 1847- 1853 

Hannibal Hamlin, Rep. Hampden 1857-1861 

Elected Vice-President of United States. 

Lot M. Morrill, Rep. Augusta (f. v.) 1861-1863 

Wm. Pitt Fessenden, Rep. Portland 1854-1859 

Elected, 1854, foF term commencing 1853, on account 
of failure of Legislature to elect. 

Lot M. Morrill, Rep. Augusta 1863-1869 

Wm. Pitt Fessenden, Rep. Portland (rs.) 1859-1864 

Appointed Secretary of Treasury. 

Nathan A. Farwell, Rep. Rockland (f. v.) 1864-1865 

Appointed by Governor. 

Hannibal Hamlin, Rep. Bangor 1869-1875 

Wm. Pitt Fessenden, Rep. Portland 1865- 1869 

Died Sept. 8, 1869. 

Lot M. Morrill, Rep. Augusta (f. v.) 1 869-1 871 

Lot M. Morrill, Rep. Augusta 1871-1876 

Appointed Secretary of Treasury. 

James G. Blaine, Rep. Augusta (f. v.) 1876- 1877 

Appointed by Governor. 

Hannibal Hamlin, Rep. Bangor 1 875-1 881 

James G. Blaine, Rep. Augusta (rs.) 1877-1881 

Appointed Secretary of State. 

William P. Frye, Rep. Lewiston (f. v.) 1881-1883 

Eugene Hale, Rep. Ellsworth 1881-1887 

William P. Frye, Rep. Lewiston 1883-1913 

Eugene Hale, Rep. Ellsworth 1887-1911 



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Representatives to Congress from Adoption 
of Constitution. 



Name. 


Politics. 


Residence. 


Date. 


Wm. D. Williamson, 


Rep. 


Bangor 


1821 


E. Whitman (rs.) 


Fed. 


Portland 


(( 


Mark Harris (f. v.) 


Rep. 


Portland 


« 


Enoch Lincoln, 


Rep. 


Paris 


ct 


Ebenezer Herrick, 


Rep. 


Lewiston 


(I 


Mark L. Hill, 


Rep. 


Phippsburg 


11 


Joshua Cushman, 


Rep. 


Winslow 


u 


Joseph Dane, 


Fed. 


Kennebunk 


(( 


Joshua Cushman, 


Rep. 


Winslow 


1823 


Ebenezer Herrick, 


Rep. 


Lewiston 


ii 


Enoch Lincoln, 


Rep. 


Paris 


u 


William Burleigh, 


Fed. 


So. Berwick 


<i 


David Kidder, 


Fed. 


Skowhegan 


11 


Stephen Longfellow, 


Fed. 


Portland 


11 


Jeremiah O'Brien, 


Rep. 


Machias 


(C 


Peleg Sprague, 


Rep. 


Hallowell 


1825 


Ebenezer Herrick, 


Rep. 


Lewiston 


(i 


David Kidder, 


Fed. 


Skowhegan 


« 


Jeremiah O'Brien, 


Rep. 


Machias 


(( 


William Burleigh, 


Fed. 


So. Berwick 


(( 



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Name. 


Politics. 


Residence. 


Date. 


John Anderson, 


Rep. 


Portland 


(( 


Enoch Lincoln (rs.) 


Rep. 


Paris 


11 


James W. Ripley (f. v.' 


) Rep. 


Fryeburg 


u. 


Jeremiah O'Brien, 


Rep. 


Machias 


1827 


J. F. Wingate, 


Rep. 


Bath 


<( 


Peleg Sprague, 


Rep. 


Hallowell 


(( 


John Anderson, 


Rep. 


Portland 


« 


Rufus Mclntire, 


Rep. 


Parsonsfield 


a 


Samuel Butman, 


Fed. 


Dixmont 


(C 


James W. Ripjey, 


Rep. 


Fryeburg 


« 


J. F. Wingate, 


Dem. Rep. 


Bath 


1829 


James W. Ripley (rs.) 


Dem. Rep. 


Fryeburg 


« 


C. Holland (f. v.) 


Dem. Rep. 


Canton 


ce 


John Anderson, 


Dem. Rep. 


Portland 


a 


Rufus Mclntire, 


Dem. Rep. 


Parsonsfield 


li 


Jeremiah O'Brien, 


Dem. Rep. 


Machias 


a 


George Evans, 


Nat'l Rep. 


Gardiner 


(t 


Samuel Butman, 


Nat'l Rep. 


Dixmont 


(( 


George Evans, 


Nat'l Rep. 


Gardiner 


I83I 


Leonard Jarvis, 


Dem. Rep. 


Ellsworth 


<( 


James Bates, 


Dem. Rep. 


Norridgewock 


<( 


Cornelius Holland, 


Dem. Rep. 


Canton 


(( 


John Anderson, 


Dem. Rep. 


Portland 


tc 


Edward Kavanagh, 


Dem. Rep. 


Newcastle 


a 


Rufus Mclntire, 


Dem. Rep. 


Parsonsfield 


li 


Leonard Jarvis, 


Dem. 


Ellsworth 


1833 


George Evans, 


Whig 


Gardiner 


<< 


Edward Kavanagh, 


Dem. 


Newcastle 


(( 


Joseph Hall, 


Dem. 


Camden 


(( 



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Name. 


Politics. 


Residence. 


F. O. J. Smith, 


Dem. 


Portland 


Gorham Parks, 


Dem. 


Bangor 


Rufus Mclntire, 


Dem. 


Parsonsfield 


Moses Mason, 


Dem. 


Bethel 


Leonard Jarvis, 


Dem. 


Ellsworth 


George Evans, 


Whig 


Gardiner 


Joseph Hall, 


Dem. 


Camden 


John Fairfield, 


Dem. 


Saco 


Jeremiah Bailey, 


Whig 


Wiscasset 


F. O. J. Smith, 


Dem. 


Portland 


Gorham Parks, 


Dem. 


Bangor 


Moses Mason, 


Dem. 


Bethel 


John Fairfield, 


Dem, 


Saco 


F. O. J. Smith, 


Dem. 


Portland 


George Evans, 


Whig 


Gardiner 


Thomas Davee, 


Dem. 


Blanchard 


H. J. Anderson^ 


Dem. 


Belfast 


Jos. C. Noyes, 


Whig 


Eastport 


Timothy J. Carter (d.) 


Dem. 


Paris 


Virgil D. Parris (f. v.) 


Dem. 


Buckfield 


Jonathan Cilley (d.) 


Dem. 


Thomaston 


Edward Robinson (f. v.) 


Whig 


Thomaston 


George Evans, 


Whig 


Gardiner 


Thomas Davee, 


Dem. 


Blanchard 


H. J. Anderson, 


Dem. 


Belfast 


Albert Smith, 


Dem. 


Portland 


Benj. Randall, 


Whig 


Bath 


Virgil D. Parris, 


Dem. 


Buckfield 


Nathan Clififord, 


Dem. 


Newfield 


Joshua A. Lowell, 


Dem. 


Machias 



Date. 



1835 



1837 



1839 



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E MANUAL. 


67 


Name. 


Politics. 


Residence. 


Date. 


Benj. Randall, 


Whig 


Bath 


1841 


Nathan Clifford, 


Dem. 


Newfield 


« 


George Evans (rs.) 


Whig 


Gardiner 


(( 


David Bronson (f. v.) 


Whig 


Anson 


(( 


Elisha H. Allen, 


Whig 


Bangor 


« 


W. P. Fessenden, 


Whig 


Portland 


(< 


Nathaniel S. Littlefield, 


Dem. 


Bridgton 


le 


Joshua A. Lowell, 


Dem. 


Machias 


ii 


Alfred Marshall, 


Dem. 


China 


« 


Luther Severance, 


Whig 


Augusta 


1843 


F. H. Morse, 


Whig 


Bath 


(( 


Robert P. Dunlap, 


Dem. 


Brunswick 


(( 


Hannibal Hamlin, 


Dem. 


Hampden 


i( 


Joshua Herrick, 


Dem. 


Kennebunkport 


a 


Shepard Gary, 


Dem. 


Houlton 


iC 


Benjamin White, 


Dem. 


Montville 


a 


Hezekiah Williams, 


Dem. 


Castine 


1845 


Luther Severance, 


Whig 


Augusta 


li 


J. F, Scammon, 


Dem. 


Saco 


it 


Gullen Sawtelle, 


Dem. 


Norridgewock 


li 


Robert P. Dunlap, 


Dem. 


Brunswick 


a 


Hannibal Hamlin, 


Dem. 


Hampden 


a 


J. D. McCrate, 


Dem. 


Wiscasset 


a 


James S. Wiley, 


Dem. 


Dover 


1847 


E. K. Smart, 


Dem. 


Camden 


a 


Franklin Clark, 


Dem. 


Wiscasset 


it 


A. W. H. Glapp, 


Dem. 


Portland 


« 


Hiram Belcher, 


Whig 


Farmington 


it 


David Hammons, 


Dem. 


Lovell 


li 


Hezekiah Williams, 


Dem. 


Castine 


« 



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Name. 


Politics. 


Residence. 


Date. 


Cullen Sawtelle, 


Dem. 


Norridgewock 


1849 


John Otis, 


Whig 


Hallowell 


(C 


Chas. Stetson, 


Dem. 


Bangor 


(C 


Thomas J. D. Fuller, 


Dem. 


Calais 


(( 


Rufus K. Goodenow, 


Whig 


Paris 


{C 


Elbridge Gerry, 


Dem. 


Water ford 


te 


Nathaniel S. Littlefield, 


Dem. 


Bridgton 


tt 


Israel Washburn, jr., 


Whig 


Orono 


185I 


E. K. Smart, 


Dem. 


Camden 


(( 


Moses McDonald, 


Dem. 


Limerick 


t( 


Chas. Andrews (d.) 


Dem. 


Paris 


te 


Isaac Reed (f. v.) 


Whig 


Waldoboro 


et 


John Appleton, 


Dem. 


Portland 


te 


Thomas J. D. Fuller, 


Dem. 


Calais 


« 


Robert Goodenow, 


Whig 


Farmington 


<( 


Moses McDonald, 


Dem. 


Limerick 


1853 


Israel Washburn, jr.. 


Whig 


Orono 


a 


Samuel P. Benson^ 


Whig 


Winthrop 


ee 


E. W. Farley, 


Whig 


Newcastle 


(( 


Thomas J. D. Fuller, 


Dem. 


Calais 


te 


Samuel Mayall, 


Dem. 


Gray 


ee 


Israel Washburn, jr., 


Rep. 


Orono 


1855 


Samuel P. Benson, 


Rep. 


Winthrop 


(( 


John M. Wood, 


Rep. 


Portland 


ee 


Thomas J. D. Fuller, 


Dem. 


Calais 


ee 


Ebenezer Knowlton, 


Rep. 


Montville 


ee 


John J. Perry, 


Rep. 


Oxford 


ee 


John M. Wood, 


Rep. 


Portland 


1857 


Israel Washburn, jr., 


Rep. 


Orono 


ee 



MAINE ] 


REFERENCE 


MANUAL. . 


6^ 


Name. 


Politics. 


Residence. 


Date. 


Nehemiah Abbott, 


Rep. 


Belfast 


<( 


Stephen C. Foster, 


Rep. 


Pembroke 


(( 


Chas. J. Gilman, 


Rep. 


Brunswick 


(( 


Israel Washburn, jr. (rs 


;.) Rep. 


Orono 


1859 


Elected, i860, Governor of State. 




Stephen Cobiirn (f. v.) 


Rep. 


Skowhegan 


(( 


D. E. Somes, 


Rep. 


Biddeford 


(( 


John J. Perry, 


Rep. 


Oxford 


(( 


Stephen C. Foster, 


Rep. 


Pembroke 


« 


F. H. Morse, 


Rep. 


Bath 


(( 


Ezra B. French, 


Rep. 


Damariscotta 


« 


John H, Rice, 


Rep. 


Foxcroft 


i86r 


Frederick A. Pike, 


Rep. 


Calais 


« 


Chas. W. Walton (rs.) 


Rep. 


Auburn 


(C 


Appointed Judge oi 


I S. J. Court. 






T. A. D. Fessenden (f. \ 


^) Rep. 


Auburn 


(( 


S. C. Fessenden, 


Rep. 


Rockland 


(( 


John N. Goodwin, 


Rep. 


So. Berwick 


tl 


Anson P. Morrill, 


Rep. 


Readfield 


il 


James G. Blaine, 


Rep. 


Augusta 


1865 


Sidney Perham, 


Rep. 


Paris 


a 


Fred A. Pike, 


Rep. 


Calais 


te 


John H. Rice, 


Rep. 


Foxcroft 


« 


L. D. M. Sweat, 


Rep. 


Portland 


(( 


John Lynch, 


Rep. 


Portland 


1865 


Sidney Perham, 


Rep. 


Paris 


« 


Fred A. Pike, 


Rep. 


Calais 


<( 


John H. Rice, 


Rep. 


Foxcroft 


(( 


James G. Blaine, 


Rep. 


Augusta 


tl 



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Name. 


Politics. 


Residence. 


Date. 


Fred A. Pike, 


Rep. 


Calais 


1867 


John A. Peters, 


Rep. 


Bangor 


u 


John Lynch, 


Rep. 


Portland 


(I 


James G. Blaine, 


Rep. 


Augusta 


te 


Sidney Perham, 


Rep. 


Paris 


(( 


Samuel P. Morrill, 


Rep. 


Farmington 


1869 


John A. Peters, 


Rep. 


Bangor 


(< 


James G. Blaine, 


Rep. 


Augusta 


« 


Eugene Hale, 


Rep. 


Ellsworth 


(( 


John Lynch, 


Rep. 


Portland 


(( 


John Lynch, • 


Rep. 


Portland 


1871 


William P. Frye, 


Rep. 


Lewiston 


a 


James G. Blaine, 


Rep. 


Augusta 


tc 


John A. Peters, 


Rep. 


Bangor 


({ 


Eugene Hale, 


Rep. 


Ellsworth 


t( 


John H. Burleigh, 


Rep. 


So. Berwick 


1873 


Wm. P. Frye, 


Rep. 


Lewiston 


(( 


James G. Blaine, 


Rep. 


Augusta 


<( 


Samuel F. Hersey, 


Rep. 


Bangor 


tc 


Eugene Hale, 


Rep. 


Ellsworth 


t( 


John H. Burleigh, 


Rep. 


So. Berwick 


1875 


Wm. P. Frye, 


Rep. 


Lewiston 




James G. Blaine, 


Rep. 


Augusta 




Appointed U. S. 


Senator, 1876. 






Edwin Flye (f. v.) 


Rep. 


Newcastle 




Samuel F. Hersey, 


Rep. 


Bangor 




Died 1875. 








Harris M. Plaisted (f, 


. V.) Rep. 


Bangor 




Eugene Hale, 


Rep. 


Ellsworth 





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71 



Name. 


Politics. 


Residence. 


Date. 


Thomas B. Reed, 


Rep. 


Portland 


1877 


William P. Frye, 


Rep. 


Lewiston 


(( 


Stephen D. Lindsay, 


Rep. 


Norridgewock 


(( 


Llewellyn Powers, 


Rep. 


Houlton 


IC 


Eugene Hale, 


Rep. 


Ellsworth 


<( 


Thomas B. Reed, 


Rep. 


Portland 


1879 


William P. Frye, 


Rep. 


Lewiston 


(< 


Stephen D. Lindsey, 


Rep. 


Norridgewock 


(C 


Geo. W, Ladd, Dem. 


& Nat. G. B. 


Bangor 


(C 


Thompson H. Murch, 


Nat. G. B. 


Rockland 


n 


Thomas B. Reed, 


Rep. 


Portland 


I88I 


Nelson Dingley, jr., 


Rep. 


Lewiston 


ii 


Stephen D. Lindsey, 


Rep. 


Norridgewock 


le 


George W. Ladd, 


Nat. G. B. 


Bangor 


« 


Thompson H. Murch, 


Nat. G. B. 


Rockland 


(( 


Thomas B. Reed, 


Rep. 


Portland i 


[883-1897 


N. Dingley, jr.. 


Rep. 


Lewiston 


ts 


Chas. A. Boutelle, 


Rep. 


Bangor 


(( 


Seth L. Milliken (d.) 


Rep. 


Belfast 


te 


Edwin C. Burleigh (f. v 


.) Rep. 


Augusta 


1897 


Thomas B. Reed (rs.) 


Rep. 


Portland 


1899 


N. Dingley (d.) 


Rep. 


Lewiston 




Chas. A. Boutelle, 


Rep. 


Bangor 




Edwin C. Burleigh, 


Rep. 


Augusta 




Amos L. Allen (f. v.) 


Rep. 


Alfred 




Chas. E. Littlefield (f. v 


) Rep. 


Rockland 





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Name. 
Amos L. Allen, 
Chas. E. Littlefield, 
Chas. A. Boutelle (rs.) 
Edwin C. Burleigh, 
Llewellyn Powers (f. v.) 

Amos L. Allen, 
Chas. E. Littlefield, 
Edwin C. Burleigh, 
Llewellyn Powers, 



Politics. 


Residence. 


Date. 


Rep. 


Alfred 


1901 


Rep. 


Rockland 


<( 


Rep. 


Bangor 


<( 


Rep. 


Augusta 


(< 


Rep. 


Houlton 


« 


Rep. 


Alfred 


1903-1907 


Rep. 


Rockland 


(( 


Rep. 


Augusta 


(( 


Rep. 


Houlton 


(( 



CORRECTIONS TO 

GOVERNMENT OF MAINE 



Governor, BERT M. FERNALD, Poland, (West) 
Salary, $3,000. 

Members of Governor's Council 

1. York and Oxford, Leioy F. Pike, Cornish. 

2. Cumberland, James Cunningham, Portland. 

3. Androscoggin, Somerset and Franklin, Fred W. Bunker, No. 
Anson. 

4. Kennebeck, Lincoln and Sagadahoc, Fred G. Kinsman, Au- 
gusta. 

5. Hancock, Knox and Waldo, Charles C. Morrison, Eden (Bar 

Harbor). 

6. Penobscot and Piscatquis, Harry F. Ross, Bangor. 

7. Aroostock and Washington, Chas. F. Daggett, Presque Isle, 

Chairman. 

Wm. R. Beazley, Bucksport, elk. to treas. $1,100 

Harold S. Burrill, Dedham, elk. to treas. 900 

Warren C. Philbrook, Waterville, Att. Gen. 4,000 

Chas. P. Barnes, Norway, Asst. Att. Gen. 1,800 

Elliot C. Dill, Hallowell, Adj. Gen. 1,800 

W. S. Cotton, Lisbon Falls, Pri. Sec. Gov'r 1,200 

Adelaid L. French, Winthrop Stenog. Exe. Dept. 

Harold A. Allen, Lewiston, Dept. Supt. Sch. 1,500 

Beecher Putnam, Houlton, Insurance Com'r 1,800 

I. W. Barbour, Augusta, Asst. Highway Com'r 1,500 

H. J. Glendenning, Portland, elk. Highway Com'r 1,300 

Edwin M. Johnston, Brownville, State Assessor 1,500 

Henry W. Oakes, Auburn \ 

Geo. M. Phoenix, Alfred C Enforcement Com'rs 1,500 

Andrew P. Harvey, Sullivan ) 

C. A. Leighton, Thomaston 

E. P. Mayo, Waterville ^ Insp. Prisons and Jails. 

F. H. Hargraves, West Buxton 



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Government of Maine, 190I-1908. 



Governor, WILLIAM T. COBB, Rockland. 
Salary, $3,000. 
council, with apportionment. 
The following arrangement for Councillor Districts, for the ten years 
ending 1912, was adopted by the Legislature of 1892-3: 

1 York, 1903, '04, '07, '08, '09, '10, « 
Oxford, 1905, '06, '11, '12, Leroy F. Pike, Cornish. 

2 Cumberland — One for each year, Thurston S. Burns, Westbrook, 

3 Androscoggin, 1907, '08, '11, '12, Chairman. 
Somerset, 1903, '04, '09, '10, 

Franklin, 1905, '06, W. Scott Libbey, Lewiston. 

4 Kennebec, 1903, '04, '09, '10, '11, '12, 

Lincoln, 1905, '06, Charles D. Newell, Richmond. 

Sagadahoc, 1907, '08, 

5 Hancock, 1903, '04, '09, '10, 

Knox, 1907, "08, Thomas G. Libby, Vinalhaven. 

Waldo, 1905, '06, 'ii, '12, 

6 Penobscot, 1903, '04, '05, '06, '09, '10, '11, '12, Angus O. Campbell, 
■ Piscataquis, 1907, '08, Sangerville. 

7 Aroostook, 1907, '08, '09, '10, '11, '12, Charles F. Daggett, 
Washington, 1903, '04, '05, '06. Presque Isle. 





OFFICE 


SALARY 


^Arthur I. Brown, Belfast, 


Sec. of State, 


$2,500 


J. E. Alexander, Richmond, 


Dep. Sec. of State, 


1,500 


Geo. A. Colburn, Augusta, 


CI. to Sec. of State, 


1,200 


*Abel D. Russell, Weld, 


Engros'g CI. to Sec. 


of State, 1,000 


Anna P. Ladd, Augusta, 


CI. to Sec. of State, 


1,200 


^Pascal P. Gilmore, Bucksport, 


State Treas., 


2,000 



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Hannibal E. Hamlin, Ellsworth, 
Warren C. Philbrook, Waterville, 
Augustus B. Farnham. Bangor, 
*George W. Leadbetter, Rockland 
*Miss Adelaide M. French, Winth 
♦Charles P. Hatch, Portland, 
E. N. Carver, Augusta, 
♦Payson Smith. Auburn, 
♦Edgar E. Ring, Orono, 
*Charles W. Curtis, Brewer, 
♦Stephen W. Carr, Bowdoinham, 
Ivan E. Lang, Bowdoinham, 
William B. Skelton, Lewiston, 
Francis Keefe, Eliot, 
Justin M. Leavitt, Kennebunkport, 
*Edwin C. Milliken, Portland, 
Thomas J. Lyons, Vinalhaven, 
♦Charles J. House, Monson, 
A. W. Oilman, Foxcroft, 
Geo. E. Morrison, Biddeford, 
Joseph B. Peaks, Dover, 
Frank Kiezer, Rockland, 
Parker Spofford, Bucksport, 
*E. C. Farrington, Fryeburg, 
George F. Giddings, Augusta, 
Paul D. Sargent, Machias, 
Harry M. Smith, Bangor. 
Thomas Clark, Tremont, 
Charles E. Davis, Portland, 
Otis Hayford, Canton, 
George Pottle, Lewiston, 
W. J. Thompson, China, 
James Plummer, Augusta, 
Waldo Pettingill, Rumford Falls, 
Alfred H. Lang, Skowhegan, 
Henry W. Oakes, Auburn, 
A. P. Norton, Lewiston, 
Ernest W. Emery, Augusta, 
W. F. Livingston, Augusta, 



Att.-General. 
Asst. Att.-Gen., 
Adj. -Gen.. 
Messenger, 
rop, Stenog. to Exec. Dept. 
Auditor, 

Auditor State Printing, 
State Supt.' Pub. Schools. 
Land Agt. and Forest Com., 
Clerk, 
Ins. Com., 
Deputy Ins. Com., 
Bank Examiner, 
Supt. of Public Buildings, 
State Liquor Com., 
Pension Clerk, 
Com. Indus'l and Labor Stat. 
Clerk. 

Com. of Agriculture, 
Inspector W., F., M., etc. 

Railroad Commiss'rs, 

Clerk to R. R. Commiss'rs, 

Asst. Clerk, 
Highway Com.. 
Clerk, 



Clerk to Adjt. General. 

State Assessors. 

CI. to State Assessors, 

Enforcement Commissioners, 

CI. to Enforcement Com'rs. 
State Librarian, 
Asst. Librarian, 



4,000 
1, 800 
1,800 



2,500 
1,200 
2.500 
1,000 
1. 000 
1.800 
1.200 
2,500 
1,200 
1,500 
1,200 
r,5oo 

1,500 

2,500 
2,000 
2,000 
1,500 
1,200 
2,500 
1,300 

1,000 

1,500 
1,500 
1,500 
1,200 

1,500 
1,500 
1,500 

1,500 
1,200 



♦Official P. O. at Augusta. 



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Mary L. Carver, Augusta, 
Abbie R. Knowles, Augusta, 
Harold Allen, Lewiston, 
*Melvin W. Wiswell, Brewer, 
Chester C. Tuttle, Buckfield, 
Donald L. Fowler, Calais, 
Annie M. Clancy, Augusta, 
Leroy T. Carleton, Winthrop, 
James W. Brackett, Phillips, 
Edgar E. Ring, Orono, 
Myrtle H. Hodgdon, Farmingdale, 
James Donohue, Rockland, 
Henry R. Cowan, Bangor, 
Charles S. Chase, Portland, 
C. W. T. Coding, Portland, 
Cyrus H. Farley, Portland, 
F. O. Beal, Bangor, 
John M. Deering, Saco, 
F. S. Adams, Bowdoin, 
Frederick H. Wilson, Brunswick, 
Charles H. Davis, Bangor, 
Frank W. Bucknam, Skowhegan, 
George H. Hunt, Old Town. 
Charles A. Rolfe, Princeton. 
Wm. L. Scribner, Springfield, 
E. P. Mayo, Waterville, 
Albion P. Gordon, Fryeburg, 
John M. Taylor, So. Portland, ) 
John R. McDonald, Addison, ) 

Hiram P. Farrow, Belmont (Center), 



Cataloguer. 

Reference Librarian. 

CI. to Supt. Public Schools, 

Treasurer's Clerk, 



I, GOO 
1,500 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
2,000 
1,000 
1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

100 



Commissioners of Inland 
Fisheries and Game, 

CI. and Stenographer, 
Com. of Seashore Fisheries, 
Keeper of State Arsenal, 

Commissioners of Harbor 
and Tidal Waters. 

Cattle Commissioners. 
Commissioners of Pharmacy. 



Agent Penobscot Indians, 400 

Agt. Passamaquoddy Indians, 400 

Inspectors of Prisons and Jails. 

Inspectors of Steamboats. 
InsR. of Dams and Reservoirs. 



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State Institutions. 



INSANE HOSPITALS. 

TRUSTEES — SALARY, $5.0O PER DAY AND EXPENSES. 

Frederick Robie, Pres., Gorham. Geo. E. Macomber, Augusta. 
Chas. E. Field, Sec, Bangor. Thomas White, Bangor. 

A. R. Nickerson, Boothbay Harbor. Edward E. Chase, Bluehill. 
Mrs. Frederick Cony, Randolph. 

MAINE INSANE HOSPITAL— AUGUSTA. 

OFFICERS. 

Bigelow T. Sanborn, M. D., Supt. Alice G. Twitchell, Matron. 
H. B. Hill, M. D., Asst. Supt. Revs. C. G. Mosher, E. E. Newbert, 

H. L. Horsman, M. D., Sec. Asst. D. H. Evans, C. W. Doherty, 
J. B. McDonald, M. D., Third Asst. Chaplains. 

Gertrude E. Heath, M. D., Fourth V. R. Luce, Sup. Male Wards. 

Asst. Mrs. A. D. McLean, 
J. L. Heath, M. D., Interne. Sup. Female Ward. 

M. S. Campbell, Steward and Treas. John A. Getchell, Hosp. Clerk. 

Geo. M. Fellows, Supt. Clerk. 

EASTERN MAINE INSANE HOSPITAL— BANGOR. 

P. H. S. Vaughan, M. D., Supt. F. R. Carter, Supv. Male Wards. 

Burt F. Howard, Asst. Supt. Revs. Edward McSweeney, T. W. 
F. C. Tyson, Second Asst. Fessenden, Rob't A. Jordan, 

LeRoy Luce, M. D., Third Asst. Chaplains. 

Chas. F. Perry, Steward. Mary E. Hickey, 
Chas. S. Pearl, Treas. Supv. Female Wards. 

Adelaide C. Brown, Matron. Leslie W. Somers, Hosp. Clerk. 

Edith Chase, Supt's Clerk. 



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STATE PRISON— THOMASTON. 

Bernes O. Norton, Warden. Chas. A. Pierce, Deputy Warden. 

Arthur F. Brown, Clerk. 

STATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS— SO. PORTLAND. 

E. P. Wentworth, Supt. J. Henry Dow, Asst. Supt. 

TRUSTEES — SALARY, $5.00 PER DAY AND EXPENSES. 

Fred Atwood, Winterport, Pres. Hiram W. Ricker, So. Poland. 
Chas. L. Hutchinson, Portland, Henry W. Mayo. Hampden. 

Sec. and Treas. Milton A. Merrill, St. Albans. 

MAINE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS— HALLOWELL. 

TRUSTEES. 

Andrew Hawes, Portland, Pres. Miss Clara M. Farwell, Rockland. 
A. W. Anthony, Lewiston, Sec. Mrs. Persis Martin, Augusta. 

C. H. Dudley, Hallowell, Treas. Mrs. Mary E. King, Prin. 

Flagg-Dummer Hall — Mrs. Fanny I. Curtis, Matron. 

Baker Hall — Miss Louise D. Mayhew, Matron. 

Erskine Hall — Mrs. Minnie J. Moore, Matron. 

MILITARY AND NAVAL ORPHAN ASYLUM— BATH. 

Seth T. Snipe, Bath, Pres. W. H. Watson, Bath. Sec. 

H. A. Duncan, Bath, Treas. 

TRUSTEES, APPOINTED BY GOVERNOR. 

Chas. H. Greenleaf, Bath. Alonzo Sylvester, Farmington. 

F. S. Walls, Vinalhaven. Perham S. Heald. Waterville. 

TRUSTEES^ APPOINTED BY CORPORATION. 

S. T. Snipe, Bath. H. A. Duncan. Bath. 

W. H. Watson, Bath. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 
S. T. Snipe, Bath. W. H. Watson. Bath. 

COMMITTEE ON RECEPTION AND DISPOSAL OF CHILDREN 

W. H. Watson, Bath. H. A. Duncan, Bath. 

S. T. Snipe, Bath. 



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THE UNIVERSITY OF MAINE— ORONO. 

TRUSTEES. 

Henry Lord, Bangor, Pres. Chas. L. Jones. Corinna. 

John A. Roberts, Norway. E. B. Winslow, Portland. 

Edwin J. Haskell, Westbrook. Wm. T. Haines, Waterville. 

Sam'l W. Gould, Skowhegan. 

G. E. Fellows, Ph. d., LL. D., Orono, Pres. of University. 

L. K. Stetson, B. Ph.. Bangor, Treas. 

COLLEGE OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF MAINE— BANGOR. 
Geo. E. Fellows, Ph. D., LL. D., Pres. 
Wm. E. Walz, M. A., LL. B., Dean. 

COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, UNIVERSITY OF MAINE— ORONO. 
Geo. E. Fellows, Ph. D., LL. D., Pres. 

STATE NORMAL SCHOOLS. 

TRUSTEES APPOINTED FOR THREE YEARS. 

H. L. Chapman, Brunswick. O. B. Clason, Gardiner. 

C. P. Merrill, Farmington. W. A. Walker, Castine. 

W. J. Knowlton, Portland. 

Bx-oMcio. 
The Governor. The State Supt. of Schools. 

PRINCIPALS. 

Farmington, Geo. C. Purington ; Castine, Albert F. Richardson ; Gor- 
ham, W. E. Russell ; Aroostook, L. S. Merriman, Presque Isle ; Mada- 
waska Training School, Mary P. Nowland (acting), Fort Kent. 

MAINE GENERAL HOSPITAL— PORTLAND. 
Officers— Wm. L. Putnam, Portland, Pres.; Franklin R. Barrett, Port- 
land, Treas. ; Chas. O. Hunt, Portland, Sec. 

CENTRAL MAINE GENERAL HOSPITAI^LEWISTON. 
Officers — W. D. Pennell, Lewiston, Pres. ; D. J. Callahan, Lewiston, Sec. ; 
C. A. Litchfield, Lewiston, Treas. 

EASTERN MAINE GENERAL HOSPITAL— BANGOR. 
Officers — Chas. Hamlin, Bangor, Pres. ; John Wilson, Sec. ; Chas. D. 
Crosby, Treas. 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 79 

MAINE EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY— PORTLAND. 
Officers — ^John F. Hill, Augusta, Pres. ; Albion Little, Portland, Ammi 
Whitney, Portland, Vice Pres'ts ; F. W. Searle, Portland, Sec. and 
Supt. ; F. E. Boothby, Portland, Treas. 

MAINE STATE SANATORIUM ASSOCIATION. 
Officers — Selden Connor, Augusta, Pres. ; Hiram W. Ricker, So. Poland, 
Vice Pres. ; A. G. Young, Augusta, Sec. ; Treby Johnson, Augusta, 
Treas. ; Estes Nichols, M. D., Hebron, Medical Director. 

MAINE INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND. 
Officers— Morrill N. Drew, Portland, Pres.; F. E. Boothby, C. H. Ran- 
dall, Portland, Vice Pres'ts ; Harry Butler, Portland, Treas. ; J. Calvin 
Knapp, So. Portland, Clerk. 

MAINE STATE BOARD OF TRADE. 
Officers— Edward B. Winslow, Portland, Pres. ; E. M. Blanding, Bangor, 
Sec. ; G. N. Weymouth, Biddeford, Treas. 



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MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



List of Post Offices in Maine. 



Money order offices are indicated by the asterisk (*) ; inter- 
national money order offices are indicated by the two asterisks 
(**) ; the figures (i, 2, etc.) indicate the number of R. F. D. 
Routes emanating from the Post Office they follow. 



ABBOT 
*Abbot Village 

Acadia 

Acton 
*Addison i 
*Albion 3 

Alexander 
*Alfred 3 

Allagash 

Allen's Mills 
*Alna 

Alta 

Alton 
*Amherst 

Amity 
*Andover 
*Anson i 
*Appleton 

Argyle 

Arrowsic 

Ashdale 
*Ashland i 

Ashpoint 



*Ashville 
Askwith 
*Asticou 
^Athens 2 
*Atlantic 
**Auburn 7 
** Augusta 7 

Aurora 
*Ayers i 
*BAILEY 

ISLAND 
Bald Mountain 
Bancroft 
**Bangor 8 

Ind. Station 
Brewer 
**Bar Harbor 
*Baring 
Barker 
*Bar Mills 
*Barrett 
Basin 
**Bath I 



Bay Point 

Bayview 

Bayville 
*Beachwood 
*Beals 

Beaver Pond 

Beddington 
**Belfast 5 
^Belgrade i 
^Belgrade Lakes 

Belmont 
*Bemis 
*Benedicta 

Benton 
*Benton Falls 
*Benton Station 

Bernard 
*Berry Mills 
**Berwick 2 

Berwick Branch 
**Bethel 4 
**Biddeford 4 
*Biddeford Pool 



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*Bigelow 
** Bingham 
Birches 
*Birch Harbor 

Birch Island 
*Blaine 
*Blanchard 
**Bkiehill I 
*Bkiehill Falls 
Bonny Eagle 
*Boothbay 
**Boothbay Harbor 

Bowdoin Ctr. 
**Bowdoinhani 3 
Bowerbank 
Boyd Lake 

* Brad ford i 
^Bradford Ctr. i 
*Bradley 
*Braggville 

Bremen 

(Brewer, ind. 
sta. Bangor.) 
*Bridgewater Ctr. i 
**Bridgton 2 

* Brighton 
^Bristol 

Broad Cove 
*Brooklin 
^Brooks 4 
*Brooksville 
*Brookton 
*Brownfield I 
"^Brownville i 



**Brunswick 4 

* Bryant Pond 2 
*Buckfield 2 

Bucks Harbor 
**Bucksport 4 

Bunkerhill 

Burdin 
*Burketville 
*Burleigh 

* Burlington 
*Burnham i 
*Buxton I 
*Buxton Ctr. 
'^' Byron 

**CALAIS 

* Cambridge i 
**Camden i 

Camp Caribou 
""Canaan i 
** Canton i 

* Canton Point 
*Cape Cottage 
*Cape Neddick i 

Capens 
*Cape Porpoise 

Cape Rozier 

Capitol 
*Caratunk 

Cardville 
**Caribou 6 
*Carmel 3 
*Carroll 

Carry Pond 

Carthage 



*Cary 
*Casco I 
**Castine 

Cathance 
*Cedar Grove i 

Center 
*Center Belmont 
Center Lebanon 
* Center Lincolnville 
*Center Lovell 
Center Montville 
Chamberlain 
Chandler 
*Charleston 2 
*Chebague Isl. 
**Cherryfield i 
*Chesterville 
Chesuncook 
*China 
*Chisholm 
*Christmas 
Citypoint 
*Clark Island 
Clarks Mills 
Cloveland 
*Cliff Island 
Clifton 
**Clinton 3 
♦Columbia Falls i 
Convene 
Cooper 
Cooks 
♦Coopers Mills 2 
Corea 



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**Corinna 2 
**Cornish i 
*Costigan 
*Cousins Island 
*Cranberry Isles 
Crawford 
Criehaven 
Crouseville 
*Cumberland 
*Cumberland Ctr. 2 
(Cumb. Mills 
ind. sta. West- 
brook) 
*Cundys Harbor 

Cupsuptic 
*Curtis Corner 
*Cushing 

(Cushing Island 
Station, Port- 
land) 
*Cutler 
DAIGLE 
**Damariscotta 
*Damariscotta Mills 

Damascus 
** Dan forth 
*Danville 
■"Dark Harbor 
Davidson 
Dead River 
Deadwater 
Deblois 
Debsconeag 
*Dedham 



*Deer Isle i 

* Denmark 
*Dennysville 2 
*Detroit i 

** Dexter 4 
Dickey 
Dirigo Is. 
**Dixfield I 
*Dixmont 2 
Douglas Hill 
**Dover 2 
Dresden 
^Dresden Mills 

Drew 
*Dryden i 
Dry Mills 

* Durham 
*Dyer Brook 
*EAGLE LAKE 

Eagle Lake Mills 

East Andover 
*East Baldwin 

East Bethel 
*East Bluehill 
*East Boothbay 

East Bowdoinham 
*East Brownfield i 

East Bucksport 
*East Corinth 2 

East Denmark 
*East Dixfield 
*East Dover 
*E^st Eddington 
*East Edgecomb 



East Franklin 

East Friendship 

East Gray 

East Hampden 

East Hebron 
*East Hiram 
*East Holden 2 
*East Lebanon i 
*East Limington 

East Lincoln 
*East Livermore 
*East Livermore 

Mills 

East Lowell 
*East Machias 

East Madrid 

East Mercer 
*East Millinocket 

East Newcastle 
*East Newport 
*East New Portland 

East Northport 
*East North 

Yarmouth i 
*Easton 
*East Orland 

East Otisfield 
*East Parsonsfield 
*East Peru 
*East Pittston 
*East Poland 
**Eastport 

East Raymond 

East Rum ford 



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*East Sebago 

East Stoneham 
*East Sullivan 
*East Sumner i 
*East Surry 

East Turner 
*East Union 
*East Vassalboro 

East Waldoboro 

East Waterboro 

East Water ford 
*East Wilton 
*East Winn 
*East Winthrop 

Eaton 
*Eddington 

Eden 
*Edgecomb 
*Eggemoggin 

Egypt 
*Eliot 
**Ellsworth 4 
*Ellsworth Falls 

Elmore 

Elms 

Embden 
*Emery Mills 
*Enfield 
*Etna I 
*Eustis 
*Exeter i 
*FAIRBANKS 
*Fairfield i 
♦Fairfield Ctr. 



**Farmington 5 
■''Farmington Falls 
* Fayette 
*Five Islands 
*Flagstaff 
=^ Forest City 
*Forest Station 
**Ft. Fairfield 4 
Fort Kent Mills 
*Fort Kent 
**Foxcroft 2 
**Frankfort i 
*Franklin i 
*Freedom 2 
**Freeport 4 
Frenchboro 
*Frenchville 
♦Friendship 
Frye 
**Fryeburg 

Fryeburg Ctr. 
**GARDINER 7 
♦Garland i 
♦Georgetown 

Gerry 
♦Gilbertville 
♦Gilead 
♦Glencove 
Glendon 
Glenmere 
♦Glenwood 
♦Goldenridge i 
Goodrich 
♦♦Gorham 4 



Gotts Island 
♦Gouldsboro i 
♦Grafton 

Grand Lake Strean 
♦Grange 
♦Grand Isle 

Grant Farm 
♦Gray i 
♦Great Pond 
♦Great Works 

Greenbush 
♦Greene 2 
♦Greenfield 
♦Green Lake 
♦♦Greenville 
♦Greenville Jc. 

Grimes 
♦Grindstone 

Guerette 

♦♦Guilford 2 

♦HAINES 

LANDING 

Hale 
♦♦Hallowell i 
♦Hall Quarry 

Hamlin 
♦Hampden 
♦Hampden Corner 2 
♦Hancock 
♦Hancock Point 
♦Hanover 

Harborside 
♦Harmony i 
♦Harrington 2 



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MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



♦Harrison 4 
* Hart ford 
**Hartland i 
♦Hastings 

Haven 

Haynesville 
♦Haywood 
♦Headtide 
♦Hebron i 

Hebron Station 
♦Henderson 
♦Hermon 

Hermon Pond 

Heron Island 

Herricks 

Hersey 

Highisle 

Highland Lake 

Hillside 
♦Hinckley 
♦Hiram i 
♦Hodgdon 
♦Holeb 

Hollis 
♦Hollis Ctr. I 

Hope 
♦Houghton 
♦♦Hoiilton 6 
♦Howe Brook 

Howes Corner 
♦Howland 

Hulls Cove 
♦Hurricane Island 

INDIAN POINT 



♦Indian River 

Indian Rock 
♦Intervale i 
♦Island Falls 
♦Isle au Haut 

Isle of Springs 
♦Islesboro 
♦Islesford 
♦JACKMAN 
♦Jacksonville 
♦Jay 
♦Jefferson i 

Jemtland 
♦Jonesboro 
♦Jonesport i 
♦KATAHDIN 

IRON WORKS 
♦Keens Mills 
♦Kenduskeag 2 

Kennebago Lake 
♦♦Kennebunk i 
♦Kennebunk Beach 
♦♦Kennebunkport i 
♦Kents Hill i 

Ketchum 
♦Kezar Falls 2 

Kineo 
♦Kingfield 
♦Kingman 

Kingsbury 
♦♦Kittery 

♦Kittery Depot i 
♦♦Kittery Point 

Knox Station 



♦LAGRANGE i 

Lake Moxie 
♦Lakeside 
♦Lakeview 

Lakewood 
♦Lambert Lake 

Larone 

Larrabee 

Lawry 
♦Lee I 
♦Leeds 

♦Leeds Junction 
♦Levant 2 
♦♦Lewiston 3 

Lexington 
♦Liberty 2 

Lily bay 
♦Limerick i 
♦Limestone i 
♦Limington 
♦♦Lincoln 
♦Lincoln Ctr. i 
♦Lincolnville 3 
♦Linekin 
♦Linneus 
♦Lisbon i 
♦Lisbon Ctr. 
♦♦Lisbon Falls 2 
♦Litchfield 3 
♦Litchfield Cors. 
♦Little Deer Isle 

Littlefield 
♦Livermore 

Livermore Ctr. 



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**Livermore Falls 2 

*Locke Mills 

Logan 

Longcove 
*Long Island 
* Lookout 
*Lovell I 

Lowell 

Lower Grand Isle 
**Lubec 2 
*Ludlow 
*McKINLEY 
**Machias 
*Machiasport 

Macamp 

MacMahan 
*Macwahoc 

Macy 
**Madison 2 

Madrid 
*Mainstream 
*Manchester 
*Manset 

Maplegrove 
*Mapleton 

Maplewood 
*Maranacook 

Marlboro 
*Mars Hill i 

Martin 

Martinsville 
*Masardis 

Matagamon 
*Matinicus 



* Mattawamkeag 
Maxfield 

*Mayfield 
Meadows 
Meadowview 
**Mechanic Falls 2 

*Meddybemps 

* Med ford Ctr. 
Medomak 

*Medway 
*Mercer i 

Merepoint 
*Mexico 

Middledam 
*Milford 
**Milbridge 2 
**Millinocket 
*Milltown 

Millvale 
*Milo Jet 
**Milo 3 

Minot 

Minturn 

Monarda 
*Monhegan 

* Monmouth 2 
*Monroe 3 
*Monson 
*Monticello 2 

Montville 
Moody 

Moody Mountain 
Moosehead 
*Moose River 



Morrison 

* Morrill 2 
Mountain 

*Mountainview 

* Mount Desert 
*Mount Desert 

Ferry 

* Mount Vernon 3 
Mouse Island 
Murray 
Muscongus 
Myra 

Myrick 
*NAPLES 2 

Naskeag 

Nelson 

Newagen 
*Newcastle 
*Newfield 
*New Gloucester i 
*New Harbor 
*New Limerick 
**Newport 2 
*New Portland 
*Newry 

*New Sharon 2 
**New Sweden 

New Sweden 

Station I 
*New Vineyard i 

Nicolin 
*Nobleboro i 
*Norcross 
*Norridgewock 2 



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MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



North Amity 
**North Anson 3 
North Appleton 
North Baldwin 
North Bancroft 
North Belgrade 
**North Berwick 3 

* North Bethel 
*North Blanchard 
♦North Bradford 
*North Bridgton 

* North Brooklin 
*North Brooksville 
*North Castine 

North Chesterville 
North Gushing 
North Cutler 

* North Deer Isle 
*North Dexter i 
*North Dixmont 
♦Northeast Carry 

**Northeast Harbor 
♦North Edgecomb i 
♦North Fairfield 
♦Northfield 
♦North Fryeburg 
♦North Gorham 
♦North Hancock 
♦North Haven i 
♦North Islesboro 
♦North Jay i 
♦North Lebanon 
♦North Leeds 
North Limington 



♦North Livermore 
North Lovell 
♦North Lubec 

North Mariaville 
♦North Monmouth 
♦North Newcastle 
♦North New Port- 
land 
♦North Newry 
North Nobleboro 
North Orland 
North Palermo 
North Paris 
♦North Penobscot 
♦Northport 
Northport Camp 

Ground 
North Raymond 
North Rum ford 
North Searsmont 
North Sebago 
♦North Sedgwick i 
♦North Shapleigh 
♦North Sullivan 
♦North Turner 
North Turner 

Bridge 
North Union 
♦North Vassal- 

boro 2 
♦North Waldoboro 
North Warren 

♦North Waterboro 



♦North Water- 
ford I 
♦North Wayne 
♦North White- 
field 2 
♦North Windham 
♦North Yarmouth 

Norton 
♦♦Norway 2 
♦Norway Lake 

Notch 

OAKFIELD 
♦♦Oakland 4 
♦Ocean Park 
♦Ocean Point 

Oceanville 
♦Ogunquit 
♦Olamon 
♦♦Old Orchard 
♦Old Town 

Onawa 

Oquossoc 
♦Orient 
♦Orland 
♦♦Orono 
♦Orrington 
♦Orrs Island i 

Otisfield 
♦Ottercreek 
♦Owls Head 
♦Oxbow 
♦Oxford 3 
♦PALERMO 2 
♦Palmyra 



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* Paris 
Park 

*Parkerhead 
*Parkman 

Parsonsfield 
*Passadumkeag 

Pattagumpus 
*Patten 2 

Peacove 
*Peaks Island 
*Pejepscot 
*Pemaquid 

Pemaquid Beach 
*Pemaquid Harbor 

Pemaquid Point 
^Pembroke 

* Penobscot i 
Perham 

*Perry 2 

Peru 
*Phair 
**Phillips 4 
*Phippsburg 
*Pine Point 

Pines 
**Pittsfield 3 

Pleasant Point 
*Plymouth 
*Poland 

*Popham Beach 
*Portage 
*Port Clyde 

Porter 
**Portland 



Ind. sta. 
Wood fords 5 
Stations 
Gushing Island 
So. Portland 4 
Prentiss 
**Presque Isle 4 
*Pretty March 
*Princeton i 
* Prospect Harbor 
*Prouts Neck 
*Pulpit Harbor 
QUIMBY 
*RANGELEY 

Raw son 
*Raymond 
*Razorville 
*Readfield i 
*Readfield Depot i 
*Redbeach 
Redding 
**Richmond 2 
Richmond Camp- 
ground 
♦Richmond Cor. 
*Ridlonville 
Riggsville 
Riley 
*RipIey 
♦Riverside 
Riverton 
Roach River 
*Robbinston i 
Robinsons 



**Rockland i 
**Rockport 
Rockville 
Rockwood 
*Roque Bluff 
*Ross Cors. 

Round Mountain 
♦Round Pond 
♦Roxbury 
Roxie 
Rum ford 
♦Rum ford Ctr. 
♦♦Rumford P'alls i 
♦Rumford Point 
♦SABATTUS 2 
♦Sabbathday Lake 
♦♦Saco 3 
St. Agatha 
♦St. Albans i 
♦St. David 
♦St. Francis 
♦St. George 
♦Salem 

♦Salisbury Cove 
♦Sandy Creek 
♦Sandy point 
♦♦San ford i 
♦Sangerville i 



Saponac 
♦Sargentville 
♦Scarboro 

Schoodic 
♦Sealcove 
♦Seal Harbor 



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*Searsmont 
**Searsport 2 

Seawall 

Sebago 
*Sebago Lake ; 

Sebasco 
*Sebec 

Sebec Lake 
*Sebec Station 

Seboeis 

Seboomook 

* Sedgwick 
Seeket 
Selden 

*Shapleigh 
*Shawmut 
*Sheepscot 

* Sheridan 

* Sherman 

* Sherman Mills 
*Shiloh 
♦Shirley Mills 
♦Silvers Mills 

Sinclair 
Skillings 
Skinner 
**Skowhegan 7 
Small Point 
SmaTl Point Beach 
Smithfield 
Smithville 
Smyrna 
♦Smyrna Mills 
Snows Falls 



Soldier Pond 
* Solon I 

Somerset 

Somerville 

Songo Lock 
♦Sorrento 

Sound 

South Acton 
♦South Andover 

South Atkinson 
♦South Bancroft 

South Beddington 
♦♦South Berwick 2 
♦South Blue Hill 
♦South Brewer i 
♦South Bridgton 
♦South Bristol 

South Brooksville 

South Carthage 
♦South Casco 

South Chesterville 
♦South China 

South Gushing 

South Dresden 
♦South Eliot 

South Exeter 
♦South Freeport 
♦South Gardiner 
♦South Gouldsboro 

South Hancock 
♦South Harps- 
well I 
♦South Hiram 

South Hollis 



♦South Hope 
South Jefferson 
South Lagrange 
South Leeds 

♦South Lewiston 

♦South Limington 

♦South Lincoln 
South Livermore 
South Montville 
South Naples 
South Newburg 
South New Gastle 

♦South Orrington i 
♦♦South Paris 3 

♦SiOuth Parsonsfield 

♦South Penobscot i 

♦South Poland i 

♦Southport 

(South Port- 
land sta. Port- 
land) 

♦South Robbinston 
South Somerville 
South Springfield 
South Standish 
South Surry 

♦South Thomaston 

♦South Turner 

♦South Union 
South Warren 

♦South Water ford 

♦South West 

Harbor 

♦South Windham 2- 



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Spencer 
*Spragues Mill 2 

* Springfield 
**Springvale 

* Spruce Head 
Square Lake 

* Squirrel Island 
Staceyville 

*Standish 

* Stark I 

* Steep Falls 

* Stetson I 

* Steuben i 
Stickney Cor. 

* Stillwater 

* Stockholm 

** Stockton Spr. 2 
**Stonington i 

*Stow 

*Stratton 

*Strickland 

*Strong 2 
Sugar Island 

* Sullivan 
Sumner 

* Sunset 
Sunshine 

* Surry 2 
Sutton 

*Swans Island 
*Swanville 
*TEMPLE I 
*Tennants Harbor 
*The Forks 



**Thomaston i 

*Thorndike 3 

*Tilden 

Tim 

**Togus 

*Topsfield 

*Topsham 2 
Trefethen 

*Tremont 

*Trevett 

*Troy I 

^Turner 

^Turner Ctr. 

*UNION 3 

*Unionville 

*Unity I 
Upper Dam 

* Upper Frenchville 

*Upper Gloucester 

*Upper Madawaska 

*Upton 
**VAN BUREN 

*Vanceboro 

*Vassalboro i 
Vienna 
**Vinalhaven 1 

*WAITE 
**Waldoboro 4 
Waldo Sta. 

*Wallagrass 
Walpole 

*Waltham 

*Warren 2 

*Washburn 



""Washington 
*Waterboro 

Waterboro Ctr. 
'''Waterford 
**Waterville 5 
* Wayne i 
*Webbs Mills 
*Webhannet 
*Weeks Mills 3 
*Welchville 
*Weld I 
*Wellington 
*Wells I 

Wellsbranch 
*Wells Depot 
*Wesley 

West Appleton 
*West Baldwin i 
*West Bethel 
*West Boothbay 

Harbor 
*West Bowdoin 
**Westbrook 2 
(Independent 
St. Cumberland 
Mills) 

West Brooklin 
*West Brooksville 
*West Buxton 3 
*West Dresden 
*West Durham 
*West Eden 
*West Enfield 
*West Falmouth 



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*West Farmington 
Westfield 

*West Franklin 
West Fryeburg 

*West Gouldsboro 
West Gray- 
West Hancock 

*West Jonesport 

*West Kenne- 

bunk I 

*West Lebanon 
West Leeds 

*West Lubec i 

*West Mills 

*West Minot 

*West Newfield 
West Oldtown 

♦Weston 
West Palmyra 

*West Paris 3 

*West Pembroke i 
West Penobscot 

*West Peru i 

*West Poland 



*West Pownal 
West Ripley 
West Rockport 

*West Scarboro i 
West Searsmont 
West Seboois 

*West Southport 

*West Sullivan 

*West Sumner 

*West Tremont 
West Warren 
West Washington 
West Woolwich 
Wheelock 

*Whitefield 
Whiterock 

*Whiting 

*Whitneyville 

*Willimantic 
Wilson Mills 

*Wilton I 

*Wind?orvil1e i 

*Winn 

*Winnegance 



*Winslow 
*Winslo\vs Mills 
*Winter Harbor 
**Winterport 2 

*Winterville 
**Winthrop 4 
*Winthrop Ctr. 
**Wiscasset 4 
(Wood fords, 
Ind sta., Port- 
land) 
*Woodland 
Woodville 
*Woolwich I 
*Wytopitlock 
**YARMOUTH i 
*Yarmouthville 
♦York 
*York Beach 

Yorkcliffs 
*York Cor. i 
*York Village 



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Railroads of Maine. 



* Denotes (unless otherwise designated) offices of Western 
Union Telegraph Company. 

The Railroad and Steamboat fares as given are the net prices 
to purchasers of tickets. 

MAINE CENTRAL RAILROAD. 

Lucius Tuttle, Boston, President; Morris McDonald, Port- 
land, Vice-President and General Manager; Geo. S. Hobbs, 
Portland, Comptroller and General Auditor; F. E. Boothby, 
Portland, General Passenger and Ticket Agent; W. K. Sander- 
son, Portland, General Freight Agent; Geo. W. York, Portland, 
Treasurer; Morris McDonald, Portland, Gen. Supt.; H. A. 
Snow, Portland, Ticket Agent. 

Connects at Portland, Union Station, with B. & M. R. R. 
(Eastern and Western Divisions) ; at Deering Junction with 
B. & M. R. R. (P. N. & W. Div.) 

American Express to all Stations. 

From Portland. 



Fares Miles 

$0.05* Woodfords. 3 

o.io* Deering Junction, 



Fares Miles 

$0.20 West Falmouth, 8 

0.25* Cumberland Junc- 



(B. & M. R. R.), 5 tion. n 



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Lower Route, via Brunswick and Augusta. 

To Bath, Rockland, Farmington, Skowhegan, Belfast, Dexter 

and Bangor. 

Miles Fares 



Fares 

$0.25* Cumberland Junc- 
tion, II 
0.35* Yarmouth Junction, 

(G. T. R.), 15 

To Bath and Rockland 



$0.50*. Freeport, 
0.60 Hillside, 
0.70* Brunswick, 



Fares 

$0.70* 

0.85 



Brunswick, 
Harding's, 



Miles 

34 
Rockland Branch 



Fares 

$0.95* Bath (steamer), 



Fares 

$1.00 

105 

115 
I 



Miles 
39 



Woolwich, 

Nequasset, 42 

Westport, 46 

25* Wiscasset (junc), 49 

30* South Newcastle, 52 
45* Newcastle and Dam- 

ariscotta, (stmr.), 56 

50* Damariscotta Mills, 58 



55 
60 

65 
70* 



Nobleboro, 
Muscongns Bay, 
Winslow's Mills, 
Waldoboro, 



Miles 
21 
26 
30 



Miles 
38 



Miles 



Fares 

$1.90* Warren (junct. with 
Georges Val. 

R. R.), 74 

George's River, 78 



2.00 

2.05* 

2.15* 



Thomaston (stage) 81 
Rockland — ' ( Steamer 
during summer sea- 
son daily to Isles- 

61 boro, Dark Harbor, 

62 Castine, North Ha- 
65 ven, Stonmgton and 
67 all points on Egge- 

moggin Reach), 86 

Stages daily to *Camden, *Rockport, Lincolnville, Northport 
and So. Thomaston. Steamers for all points on the Penobscot 
River and Bay, Vinalhaven, Hurricane and Dix Islands, and 
Bar Harbor. 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



93 



To Leeds Junction via Brunswick. 



Fares Miles 

$0.70* Brunswick (Junct.) 30 

0.90* Lisbon Falls, 37 

1. 00* Lisbon, 41 

1. 10* Crowley's, 44 

To Farmington 

Fares Miles 

$1.25* Curtis' Corner, 51 

1.30* Leeds Center, 54 

1.40* No. Leeds (stages), 57 

1.45* Strickland's Ferry, 

(stage daily to 

Brettun's Mills), 59 

1.50 East Livermore, 62 

1.65* Livermore Falls, 65 

1.65* Chisholm's Mills, 67 



Fares 

$1.15* Lewiston, 

Sabattus, 

Leeds Junction, 



I-I5' 



1-15^ 



Aa Danville and Leeds Junctions. 



Miles 
49 
49 
47 



Miles 
69 



Fares 

$1.70* Jay, 
1.80* No. Jay. 
1.85* Wilton (stage), 
1.95* East Wilton, 

West Farmington, 
Farmington ( Sandy 
River R. R. for 
Phillips and Range- 
ley Lakes), 83 



2.05* 

2.05* 



72 

76 

78 
82 



To Skowhegan, Belfast, Dexter and Bangor. 



Fares Miles 

$0.70* Brunswick, 30 

0.75 Topsham, 31 

0.90* Bowdoinham, 37 

I. GO Harward's Road, 41 

1. 10* Richmond (stages), 45 

1. 1 5* Iceboro, 48 

1.20 Dresden, 49 

So. Gardiner, 52 



Fares 
$1.40* 
,50* 

55* 
75* 
85* 
00 

05* 



Miles 
Gardiner (stage), 56 
Hallowell, 61 

Augusta (stages), 63 
Riverside, 70 

Vassalboro (stages) 74 
Winslow, 81 

Waterville, 82 



1.30 



Upper Route, via Auburn and Lewiston. 
From Portland. 



Fares Miles 

$0.25* Cumberland June, 11 



Fares 

$1.25* Monmouth, 



Miles 
50 



94 

Fares 
0-35 

0.50* 

0.60 

0.65 

075* 

0.80* 
0.90* 
0.90* 
1.05* 
1. 15* 

Fares 

$2.05* 
2.10* 



2.15 

Fares 

$2.05* 

2.10 

Fares 

$2.35* 
2.45 
2.55* 



2.65^ 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



Miles 
Walnut Hill (No. 

Yarmouth), 15 

Gray, 20 

New Gloucester, 25 

Rowes, 27 
Danville Junction, 

(* Poland Spring) 30 



Fares 
1.30 Annabessacook, 
35* Winthrop, 



Rum ford June, 

Auburn (stages) 

Lewiston, 

Greene, 

Leeds Junction, 



32 
35 
36 

44 
47 



Miles 

53 
56 

59 
61 

69 
74 



85 



45* Maranocook, 
50* Readfield (stages) 
70* Belgrade (stages) 
85 Lakeside, 

* No. Belgrade (stage 
daily to Smith- 
field), 74 
Oakland (June. 

Somerset Ry.)j 7S 
Waterville (stages) 84 



1-95 



2.05 



Skowhes:an. 



Miles 
84 



Waterville, 

Fairfield (stage daily 

for East Benton 

and Albion), 87 

Shawmut, 90 

To Belfast, Dexter, and Bangor. 



Fares 
$2.25 
2.30* 
2.50* 



Miles 
Good Will Farm, 93 



Hinckley, 
Skowhegan, 

(stages). 



95 



103 



Miles 
Waterville, 82 

Benton (Fairfield) 85 



Fares 

$2.25* 
2.35* 



Clinton, 
Burnham 



Miles 

91 

(June), 96 



To Belfast. 



Miles 
Burnham (June), 96 
Winnecook, 100 

Unity (stage line 
daily to Troy and 
Dixmont), 104 

Thorndike (stage 
daily to Freedom 
and Montville), 108 



Fares 

$2.75 
2.90* 

3.00 
3-15 



Miles 
Knox, III 

Brooks (stage daily 

for Monroe), 117 

Waldo, 122 

City Point, 127 



3.20* Belfast (steamers) 129 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



95 



To Dexter and Bangor. 



Fares Miles 

^2.35* Burnham (June), 96 
2.55* Pittsfield (June. S. & 
M. R. R.), 103 



Fares Miles 

$2.65 Detroit, 107 

2.70* Newport (June), no 



Fares 

$2.70* Newport (June, 
stage), 
2.90* Corinna, 



To Dexter. 



Miles 

no 
117 



Fares 

$3.10* Dexter (stage), 

3-45 



Miles 
125 



* Dover and Foxcroft, 
(B. & A. R. R.), 140 



To Bangor. 



Fares Miles 

$2.70* Newport (June), no 
2.80* East Newport (stage 
daily to Plymouth 
and North Dix- 
mont), 113 

2.95* Etna (stage daily to 
Stetson and 
Exeter), 118 



Fares 

$3-05* 

3-15* 
3-25* 
3-30 

3.40* 



Miles 
Carmel (stage daily 

to Kenduskeag), 122 
Hermon Pond, 127 

Hermon Center, 130 
Northern Maine 

June, 132 

Bangor (stages), 137 



Mount Desert Branch. 



Fares from 
Portland 

* Bangor. 
$3.45 Brewer Junction, 
3.70* Holden, 
4.10 Ellsworth Falls, 
4.15* Ellsworth, 
4.20 Washington Junction 

(Wash. Co. Ry.), 32 



Miles from 
Bangor 



3 

III 
28 
30 



Fares from 
Portland 



Miles from 
Bangor 



$4.30* Franklin Road, 36 

4.40* Hancock, 40 

4.45 Waukeag (Ferry to 

Sullivan), 41 

4.50 Mt. Desert Ferry, 43 
5.00* Bar Harbor (Ferry 

steamer), 53 



96 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



Bucksport Branch. 



$345 
3.50* 
3-55 
3.60 
3.60 



Fares from Miles from 

Portland Bangor 

Bangor. 

Brewer Junction, 2 i 
South Brewer, 4 

No. Orrington, 6 

Pierce's Crossing, 7 
Orrington, 8 



Fares from Miles from 

Portland Bangor 

$3.65 South Orrington, 10 
3.75 North Bucksport, 13 
3.80 Bucksport Center, 15 
3.85 Chipman's Crossing, 17 
3.90* Bucksport (stages), 20 



Rangeley Division 

From Portland. 

Fares ^^ 

$0.90* Elm wood Farm, 
0.95* Poland Springs 

Sta., 
1. 00* Poland (stage), 
1. 10* Mechanic Falls, 
1.25* West Minot (stage 

daily to Hebron 

Academy), 
1.35* E. Hebron, 



les 


Fares 


Miles 


37 


$1.45* 


Buckfield (stages 
daily for No. Buck- 


38 




field, W. Sumner, 


40 




Chase's Mills, 


44 




Turner and Turner 
Village), 57 




1-55* 


E. Sumner (stage 


49 




daily for Sum.ner 


53 




and Redding), 62 




1.60* 


Hartford. 64 




1.75* 


Canton (stage to 
Britton's Mills), 69 




1.85 


Meadow River, 73 


75 


2.00 


Chisholm, 80 


78 


2.00 


Livermore, 80 



1.90 Rileys, 
1-95* Jay Bridge, 

1.80* Gilbertville, 71 '2.05* Dixfield and West 

1.90* East Peru, 75 Peru (stages), 81 

1.95 Peru (stage), yj 2.15* Rumford Falls, 

(stages), 85 

Local Telegraph connecting with W. U. Telegraph Co. 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



97 



Fares 


Miles 


Fares 


Miles 


2.30 


Hale, 


90 


340 


Summit, 


III 


2.40 


Frye, 


92 


3-65 


Bemis (steamers), 


113 


2.65 


Roxbury, 


96 


3-75 


South Rangeley, 




2.75 


Byron, 


lOI 




(steamers), 


120 


2.90 


Houghton, 


105 


3-90 


Oquossoc (stmrs.). 


123 




White Mountains Division. 






Fro 


m Portland 






Fares 


Miles 


Fares 


Miles 


$0.10* 


Cumberland Mills 




$2.20* 


Crawford House, 






(June. B. & M. 






White Mountains, 


85 




R. R.), 


6 


2.35* 


Bretton Woods, 




0.25* 


South Windham, 


II 




(June. Mt. Wash- 




0.30* 


Newhall, 


12 




ington Ry. sum- 




0.35* 


White Rock (stage) 


14 




mer). 


89 


0.40* 


Sebago Lake, 




2.35* 


Fabyan House, 






(steamers), 


17 




White Mountains 


90 


0.50 


Richville, 


21 


2.95* 


Littleton, N. H., 




0.60* 


Steep Falls (stage) 


25 




B. & M. R. R., 


107 


0.65* 


Mattocks (stages), 


27 


3-25* 


Lisbon, N. H., 




0.80* 


Cornish (stages), 


32 




B. & M. R. R., 


118 


0.85* 


West Baldwin, 


34 


3-43* 


Bath, N. H., 




0.90* 


Bridgton Junction, 


37 




B. & M. R. R., 


123 


0.90* 


Hiram, 


Z7 


3-58* 


Wells' River, Vt., 


130 


1. 10* 


Brownfield (stage) 


44 


4.93* 


Montpelier, Vt., via 


1.25* 


Fryeburg, 


50 




M. & W. R. R. R., 


168 


1-35* 


Conway Center, 




2.45* 


Twin Mountain 






N. H., 


55 




House, 


94 


1.40* 


Redstone, 


57 


2.65 


Quebec Junction, 


100 


1.50* 


North Conway, N. 




2.70 


Hazens Junction, 


lOI 




H., (stages). 


60 


2.75* 


Whitefield, 


104 



98 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



Fares 


Miles 


Fares Miles 


1-55* 


Intervale (junc. B, 




2.90* Scott's Junction, 


107 




& M. R. R.), 


62 


2.95* Lunenburg (junc.) 


no 


1.60* 


Glen and Jackson 




3.61* St. Johnsbury, Vt, 


131 




Station (stages in 


4.71 Newport, 


173 




summer to Jack- 




7.50 Montreal, 


286 




son), 


65 


4.65* Hardwick, Vt., 


165 


1.75* 


Bartlett, 


71 


5.16* Hyde Park, Vt, 


182 


1.90* 


Sawyer's River, 


75 


5.30* Johnson, Vt, 


187 


1-95 


Bemis, 


77 


5.54* Cambridge Jc, Vt., 


195 


2.10 


Willey House, 


81 


6.48* S wanton, Vt., 


226 




Quebec 


Division. 






From Portland. 




Fares 


Miles 


Fares Miles 


$2.65 


Quebec Junction, 


100 


$4.30* Beecher Falls, 


155 


275 


Jefferson Junction, 


102 


4.30* Hereford, 


155 


2.80 


Baileys, 


105 


4.45* East Hereford, 


159 


2.90 


Riverton, 


108 


4.55* Paquetteville, 


163 


3.00* 


Lancaster, 


U2 


4.75* Malvina, 


169 


3-05 


Coos Junction, 


113 


4.75 Auckland, 


171 


3.20* 


Guildhall, 


118 


4.85* St Malo, 


173 


3-25 


Stevens, 


121 


5.00 Clifton, 


179 


3.40* 


Maidstone, 


124 


5.15* Sawyerville, 


184 


3-50 


Mason's, 


127 


5.25 Eaton Corner, 


187 


3.65* 


North Stratford, 


132 


5.35* Cookshire June, 


191 


7-50 


Montreal, 


295 


5.60 Brookbury, 


199 


370 


Georges, 


136 


5.75* Dudswell Junction, 




3.80 


Cone's, 


139 


(junc. Quebec 




3-90 


Columbia Bridge, 


141 


Cent. Ry.), 


204 


4.00* 


Colebrook (stage), 


145 


5.85 Dominion, 


206 


4.15 


Piper Hill, 


151 


5.90* Lime Ridge and 




4.25* 


West Stewartstowr 


I, 


Marbleton, 


208 




(stage). 


153 


8.50 Quebec, P. Q., 


320 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



99 



Eastern Division. . 






From Portland. 




Fares 


Miles 


Fares 


Miles 


3.50 Veazie, 


141 


$8.15 *Houlton, C. P. Ry 


, 300 


3.60 Basin Mills, 


145 


8.15 * Woodstock, 




3.60 *Orono, 


145 


C. P. Ry., 


308 


3.60 Webster, 


146 


7.60 *St. Stephen (Calais) 


3.65 *Great Works, 


148 


C. P. Ry., 


293 


3.70 *01d Town, 


150 


7.90 *St. Andrews, 




3.75 Milford, 


150 


C. P. Ry., 


299 


3.85 *Costigan, 


155 


9.80 Aroostook, 




4.00 *Greenbush, 


160 


C. P. Ry., 


362 


4.10 *01amon. 


164 


10.00 *Ft. Fairfield, 




4.20 *Passadumkeag, 


168 


C. P. Ry., 


370 


4.30 *Enfield, 


172 


10.30 *Caribou, C. P. Ry. 


, 381 


4.55 *Lincoln, 


182 


10.55 *Presque Isle, 




4.60 Lincoln Center, 


183 


C. P. Ry., 


396 


4.80 *Winn, 


193 


10.30 *Grand Falls, 




4.85 *Mattawamkeag, 


195 


C. P. Ry., 


381 


5.05 *Kinginan, 


203 


10.60 *St. Leonards, 




5.30 *Wytopitlock, 


213 


C. P. Ry., 


393 


5.40 *Bancroft, 


216 


11.30 *Edmunston, 




5.60 *Dan forth, 


225 


C. P. Ry., 


419 


575 *Eaton, 


230 


7.75 *Fredericton June, 




5.85 *Forest, 


235 


C. P. Ry., 


296 


5.95 Tomah, 


239 


8.45 *Fredericton, 




6.15 *Lambert Lake, 


246 


C. P. Ry., 


318 


6.25 *Vanceboro, 


251 


8.50 *St. John, N. B., 




6.50 *McAdam June, 




C. P. Ry., 


341 


C. P. Ry., 


257 


15.95 *Halifax (all rail 








route), 


617 



lOO 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



Fares 




Miles 


$3.00* 


Solon. 


III 


3.20* 


Bingham, 


119 


4-15 


Lake Moxie, 


143 


4.60'^- 


Indian Pond, 


154 


4.80 


Marks, 


159 


4.05* 


Somerset June, 


163 


5.20 


Kineo Station, 


169 



SOMERSET RAILWAY (M. C. R. R.) 
Lucius Tuttle, Boston, President; Geo. F. Evans, Portland, 
Vice-President ; W. M. Ayer, Oakland, Supt. 
Postal Tel. Cable con. 
From Portland. 
Fares Miles 

$1.95* Oakland, via Me. 

Central R. R., 78 

2.40* Norridgewock, 90 

2.60* Madison and Anson, 
(electric railway to 
Skowhegan), 98 

2.75* No. Anson, 102 

2.90* Embden, 108 

GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY. 
Chas. M. Hays, Montreal. Second Vice President and General 
Manager. 

Connects in Portland with Railroads and Boats to Boston. 

Canadian Express to all Stations. 

From Portland. 

Fares Miles 

$0.60* New Gloucester, 
(stage daily to 
Upper and West 
Gloucester, and 
No. Raymond), 22 
0.75* Danville Junction, 
(M. C. R. R.) 
(stage to Poland 
Spring), 27 

0.85* Lewiston Junction, 
(stage to Poland 
Spring), 291^ 

•' Denotes offices of the Great North Western Telegraph Co. 



Fares 




Miles 


$0.20* 


Falmouth, 


5 


0.35* 


Cumberland, 


9 


0.35* 


Yarmouth, 


II 


0.35* 


Yarmouth June, 






(M. C. R. R.), 


12 


0.50* 


No. Yarmouth, 


• 15 


0.60* 


Pownal, 


18 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



lOI 



Fares 


Miles 


Fares 


Miles 


0.90 


Auburn (Branch) 34% 


0.90* 


Lewiston, 35>i 


0.90 


Empire Road, 33 


1.20* 


Oxford (stage daily 


1. 10* 


Mechanic Falls, 36 




to Casco, Naples, 
and Otisfield), 41 






1.40* 


So. Paris (stage), 47 



1.45* Norway (Branch) (stage), 



1.70* 
1.90* 

2.50* 
2.70* 
2.90* 
3.10* 
3.90* 
4.30* 



West Paris (stage), 55 
Bryant's Pond, 
(stage), 62 

Gilead, 80 

Shelburne, 86 

Gorham (stage), 91 
Berlin Falls (stage) 98 
Groveton, 122 

No. Stratford, 134 



2.00^ 
2.20'' 



2.30=^ 
4.80* 

7.50* 

8.50* 

16.75* 



48 

Locke's Mills, 65 

Bethel (stage), 70 

West Bethel, 74 

Island Pond, Vt., 

(stage), 149 

Montreal, Canada, 297 

Quebec, 317 

Detroit, 861 



BOSTON AND MAINE RAILROAD. 
Lucius Tuttle, Boston, President; W. F. Berry, Boston, Sec- 
ond Vice President and Gen. Traffic Mngr. 

Connects at Portland with all trains on the Maine Central and 
Grand Trunk Railroads, also with all Steamers running to and 
from Portland. 

American Express to all Stations. 

Western Division. 

William Merritt, Boston, Snpt.; Chas. A. Messer, Boston, 
Asst. Supt. 

From Portland. 



Fares Miles 


Fares 


Miles 


* Maine Central R. R. 


$1.23* Newfields, 


61 


June, I 


1.30* Exeter, 


65 



I02 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



Fares 

$0.15* 

0.20* 

0.25* 



0.33* 
0.33* 

0.45 
0.50* 



0.58 

0.60* 

0.75* 



o.{ 



0.95' 



0.97* 



1.03 
1.08* 
1. 18* 



Miles 
Scarboro Beach, 6>^ 
Pine Point, 9>4 

Old Orchard Beach 

(fOrchard Beach 

R. R. connects) 11 }i 
Saco, 15M 

Biddeford, i6}i 

Arundel, 23^ 

Kennebunk (*Ken- 

nebunkport Branch 

connects), 25^ 

The Elms, 28M 

Wells Beach, 30^4 

North Berwick, 

(stage), 37^ 

South Berwick, 43^ 
Salmon Falls and 

So. Berwick, 44 
Somersworth, 

(Great Falls), 47^^ 
Dover, branch for 

Rochester, Alton 

Bay, Wolfboro, 

and Center 

Harbor, 48 

Madbury. 

Durham, 54 

Newmarket, 58 



Fares 


Miles 


1.40* 


East Kingston, 70 


1.50* 


Newton Junction, 




connects for West 




Amesbury, 74^ 


1-55* 


Plaistow, 78 


1.65* 


Haverhill, 82^ 


1.65* 


Bradford, connects 




for Georgetown 




and Newbury- 




port, 82^ 


1.75* 


No. Andover, con- 




nects for Salem, 87^ 


1.80* 


Lawrence, connects 




for Concord and 




Manchester, 89^^ 


1.85* 


Andover, 925^ 


1.90 


Ballardvale, 95 


1.93* 


Lowell Junction, 




connects for 




Lowell, 95^ 


1-95 


Wilmington June, 97^ 


2.08* 


Reading (limited 




$2.25), 103 J4 


2.13* 


Wakefield June, 




connects for 




Salem, 106 


2.16* 


Melrose, io8>4 


2.21* 


Maiden, iio^ 



fOrchard Beach R. R. runs from Old Orchard Beach to Saco 
River, thence connecting with steamers for Biddeford Pool. 
Length 3^ miles. 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



103 



Fares Miles 


Fares 


Miles 


1.20* Rockingham June, 


2.26* Somervilie, 


113M 


connects for Man- 


2.30* Boston, 


ii5>^ 


chester and Con- 






cord, 59^ 







Eastern Division. 
Winslow T. Perkins, Boston, Supt.; Henry Scannell, Boston, 
Asst. Supt. 

From Portland. 



Fares 




Miles 


Fares 




Miles 


$0.15 


Scarborough 




$1.50* 


Salisbury, 


69 




(Oak Hill), 


5.8 


1-55* 


Newburyport, 




0.20 


West Scarborough, 8.8 




(Junction of 




0.33* 


Saco, 


13K2 




Amesbury 




0.33* 


Biddeford, 


143^ 




Branch), 


71 


0.53* 


West Kennebunk, 


23 


1.70* 


Rowley, 


77 


0.65* 


Wells, 


2sy2 


1.75* 


Ipswich, 


80/2 


0.75* 


North Berwick, 


33-8 


1.85* 


Wenham (Junc- 




0.85 


Agamenticus, 


38/2 




tion Essex 




0.90 


Conway Junction, 






Branch), 


85/2 




Northern Div.) 


41 


1.90* 


No. Beverly, 


87/2 


1. 00* 


Eliot, 


45 


1.95* 


Beverly (Junction 


1. 15 


Kittery Junction, 






Gloucester 






(York Harbor 






Branch), 


90 




& Beach R. R. 




2.00* 


Salem (Junction 


) 92 




connects), 


50/2 


2.05* 


Swampscott, 


95K- 


1.15* 


Portsmouth P. & 




2.10* 


Lynn, 


96.8 




D. R. R.), 


51/2 


2.10 


West Lynn, 


97.6 


1.28 


Greenland, 


57 


2.19 


Revere, 


102 


1.30* 


North Hampton, 


sg'A 


2.22* 


Chelsea, 


103.7 


1.36* 


Hampton, 


61.8 


2.25* 


Everett, 


105 


1.40 


Hampton Falls, 


64 


2.26* 


Somervilie, 


106.8 


a. 44* 


Seabrook), 


65y2 


2.30* 


Boston, 


108 



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Worcester, Nashua and Portland Division. 
Wm. R. Mooney, Nashua, Supt.; H. W. Davis, Nashua, 
As St. Supt. 

Station foot of Preble Street, 
From Portland. 



Fares 


Miles 


Fares 




Mil 


$0.05 * Wood fords. 


1/2 


$0.75 


* San ford and 




0.05 *Deering June, 






Springvale, 




(June. M. C. 






(stage). 


36 


R. R.), 


2/2 


0.88 


Eastwood (East 




0.13 *Cumberland Mills 






Lebanon), 




(June.), 


5 




(stage), 


43 


0.15 *Westbrook, 


6 


I. GO 


*East Rochester 




0.23 *Gorham (stages) 


10 




(N. H.), 


49 


0.33 Buxton, 


15 


1.08 


^Rochester, 


52 


0.38 *Bar Mills (stages) 


18 


1.48 


*Epping, 


73 


0.40 Bradbury, 


20>4 


1.85 


*Windham, 


90 


0.52 *East Waterboro, 




2.05 


*Nashua, 


lOI 


(stage), 


25 


2.40 


*Ayer, 


119 


0.60 So. Waterboro, 




2.63 


* Clinton, 


130 


(stages). 


28 


2.70 


Sterling June, 


135 


0.65 *Alfred, 


32 


2.94 


^Worcester, 


147 



BRIDGTON AND SACO RIVER RAILROAD. 
J. A. Bennett, Bridgton, President, General Manager, General 
Ticket and Freight Agent. 

Connects with M. C. R. R. at Bridgton June. 
American Express to all points. 

Opened January 29, 1883. 
From. Portland. 



Fares 




Miles 


Fares 


Miles 




Bridgton June, 


36 


$1.60* 


Bridgton, 52 


$1.40 


Perley's Mills, 


45 


1-75 


No. Bridgton, 


1-45 


Ingalls' Road, 


46y2 




(stmr. to Naples) 56 


1-55 


Sandy Creek, 


50 


1.80 


Harrison (stage), 57 



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WISCASSET, WATERVILLE AND EARMINGTON 
RAILROAD. 

Carson C. Peck, New York, President; Wm. D. Patterson, 
Wiscasset, Treasurer; S. J. Sewall, Wiscasset, Gen'l Manager 
and Ticket Agent. 

Connects with M. C. R. R. at Wiscasset and Winslow and 
with steamer at Wiscasset for Boothbay and Islands. 

From Wiscasset. 



Fares 




Miles 


Fares 




Miles 


$0.20 


Sheepscot, 


4.8 


$0.90 


Cooper's Mills, 




0.40 


Head Tide, 


9.1 




(stage), 


20.4 


0.60 


Whitefield, 


133 


I. GO 


Maxcy's Mills, 


23.0 


075 


North Whitefield, 




1. 00 


Windsor, 


24.0 




(stage). 


17.4 


1. 10 


Weeks' Mills, 


28.2 


1.20 


South China, 


31-5 


$1.30 


North Vassalboro 


39-1 


1-25 


East Vassalboro, 


36.5 


1-35 


Winslow (stage). 


42.7 


1.20 


Newell's Corner, 


29.0 


1-35 


China, 


38.0 


1-25 


Palermo (stage). 


32.9 


1.50 


Albion, 


43-5 



WASHINGTON COUNTY RAILWAY. 
Lucius Tuttle, Boston, Pres.; Geo. F. Evans, Portland, Vice 
Pres.; F. E. Boothby, Portland, Gen. Pass. Agent. 

Connecting with M. C. R. R. at Washington Junction. 

front Portland (Limited). 



Fares 

$4.20* 

4.50* 

475 

4.95* 



Miles 
Washington June, 169 
Franklin (stage), 179 
Tunk Pond, 186 

Union ville (stage), 194 



5.10* Cherryfield (stage) 198 



Fares Miles 

$5.60 Jonesboro, 215 

5.85* Whitneyville, 223 

5.95* Machias (stages), 227 

6.00 Machiasport, 229 



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MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



Fares 




Miles 


Fares 


Vliles 


5.20 


Dormans, 


202 


6.05* East Machias, 




5.25* 


Harrington, 




(stage), 


231 




(stage), 


204 


6.10 Jacksonville, 


233 


5-35* 


Columbia (stage), 208 


6.45 Marion, 


244 


5.45* 


Columbia Falls 


J 


6.60* Dennysville, 


249 




(stages), 


211 


6.80* Ayer's Junction, 
(stage), 


255 






Bastport Branch. 




Fares 




Miles 


Fares 


Miles 


$6.90* 


Pembroke, 


259 


$7.00 Pleasant Point, 


266 


7.00* 


Perry (stage), 


264 


7.00* Eastport (stmrs.), 


271 


6.90 


Charlotte, 


258 


7.00 St. Croix Junction 


, 267 



Princeton Branch. 



Fares Miles 

$7.10 Baring (stage), 269 

7.30* Woodland, 275 



Fares Miles 

$7.45 Baileyville, 281 

7.55* Princeton (stage), 285 



7.00* Milltown, 



269 I 7.00* Calais (stage), 271 



SANDY RIVER RAILROAD. 

Weston Lewis, Gardiner, President; F. N. Real, Phillips, 
Supt. 



From Portland via Leeds Junction. 



Fares Miles 

$2.05* Farmington, 83 

2.20 No. Farmington, 86 

2.55 So. Strong, 91 



Fares 

$2.65* Strong, 
3.05* Phillips, 



Miles 
94 

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107 



CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. 

Sir W. C. Van Home, K. C. M. G., Montreal, Chairman of 
the Board. 

From Mattawamkeag. 



Fares 




Miles 


Fares 




Miles 


$0.30 


Chester, 


8 


$4.35 


Long Pond, 


109 


0.85 


Seboois, 


22 


4-65 


Jackman, 


117 


1.70 


Brownville June. 


43 


5-15 


Holeb, 


130 


2.45 


Onawa, 


61 


5.60 


Lowelltown, 


141 


3-05 


Greenville June, 


77 


5.80 


Boundary, 


144 


350 


Moosehead, 


87 


6.40 


Lake Megantic, 


161 


3.80 


Askwith, 


95 










From Vancehoro. 




Fares 




Miles 


Fares 




Miles 


$0.25 


McAdam Junction, 6 


$4.05 


Grand Falls, 


131 


1.60 


Debec Junction, 


46 


5-05 


Edmundston, 


170 


1.90 


Houlton, 


54 


1-35 


St. Stephen, 




1.90 


Woodstock, 


57 




(Calais), 


40 


3-55 


Aroostook June, 


112 


1.65 


St. Andrews, 


48 


3-75 


Fort Fairfield, 


119 


2.20 


Fredericton, 


68 


3.80 


Caribou, 


131 


2.75 


St. John, 


91 


3.80 


Presque Isle, 


146 









PHILLIPS, RANGELEY, MADRID 
RAILROADS. 



AND EUSTIS 



Seth M. Carter, Lewiston, Receiver; D. F. Field, Phillips, 
Treas. and Gen. Pass., Freight and Ticket Agt.; F. A. Lawton, 
Phillips, Supt. 



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/ 


■•rom Portland 




Fares 




Miles 


Fares 


Miles 


$3-05* 


Phillips, 


lOI 


$4.30 


Green's Farm (stages 


375 


Madrid, 


106 




Stratton, Eustis and 


3-30 


Reeds Mill, 


108 




the Dead River 


340 


Sanders Mill, 


III 




region), 134 


3-50* 


Redington Mills, 


117 


4-95 


Dead River, 126 


3-95 


Eustis Junction, 


124 


4-55* 


Rangeley, 130 



YORK HARBOR AND BEACH RAILROAD. 
Lucius Tuttle, Boston, President; D. J. Flanders, Boston, 
Pass, TraMc Mngr. 

From Kittcry Junction. 



Fares 


Miles 


Fares 




Miles 


$0.05 


Kittery Navy Yard, 


I 


$0.27 


York Harbor, 


9 


0.09 


Kittery Point, 


3 


0.30 


Long Beach, 


10 


0.15 


Bedell's Crossing, 


5 


0.35 


Ocean Side, 


II 


0.18 


Oakland Farm, 


6 


0.35 


York Beach, 


II 


0.21 


Seabury, 


7 






1 



FRANKLIN AND MEGANTIC RAILWAY. 
J. S. Maxcy, Gardiner, President; Orris M. Vose, Kingfield, 
Supt. 

Connects at Strong, Me., with Sandy River R. R. 
From Portland. 



Fares 




Miles 


Fares 




Miles 


$2.65* 


Strong, 


94 


$3-25 


North Freeman, 


106 


2.80 


West Freeman, 


97 


340 


Kingfield, 


109 


2.90 


Hillside, 


99 


3-65 


Sanfords, 


115 


3.00 


Summit, 


100 


3.80 


Hammondfield, 


118 


3-05 


Salem, 


102 


3-90 


Carrabassett, 




3-15 


Mt. Abram June. 


, 104 




(stage). 


119 




Mt. Abram, 


106 


340 


Bigelow (stage). 


125 



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SEBASTICOOK AND MOOSEHEAD RAILROAD. 
W. J. Hayes, Cleveland, Ohio, President; A. B. Thompson, 
Pittsfielcl, General Man. and Treas. 

Miles 



15 



^ares Miles 


Fares 




*Pittsfield. 


$0.65 


Mainstream, 


0.25 Palmyra. 4 




(stages), 


0.40 Hartland (stage), 8 







GEORGES VALLEY RAILROAD. 
James Mitchell, Union, Pres. and Manager. 

From Warren. 



Fares 

$0.15 

0.30 



Miles 



The Kilns. 
South Union. 



Fares 

$0.40 Union (stage). 



Miles 



BANGOR AND AROOSTOOK RAILROAD. 
F. W. Cram, Bangor, President; Percy R. Todd, Bangor, 
Vice President. 

t Denotes offices of the Northern Telegraph Co. 
American Express to all points. 
From Portland. 



Fares 




Miles 


Fares 




Miles 




* Bangor, 


136.6 


$3-45t 


^Pea Cove, 


153-7 


$345 


*01d Town, 
(stage), 


149.2 


3-45t 


x-Vlton (stage), 


157-6 


345 


South Lagrange, 


155-8 


3-90 


Winterport, 


141.4 


345 


Bradford, 


152.2 


4-05 


Frankfort, 


145-0 


345 


Hudson, 


147.1 


4-30 


Prospect, 


150. 1 


345 


Glenburn, 


140.0 


4-35 


Sandy Point, 


153-8 


345 


North Bangor, 


136.8 


4-45 


Stockton, 


I57-0 


3-30 


Northern Maine 




4-55 


Kidders Point 






June, 


131-3 




Dock, 


159.0 


3-85 


Hampden, 


136.5 


4.60 


Searsport, 


160.6 



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MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



Fares 


Miles 


Fares 




Miles 


345t Lagrange, 




3.45t Boyd Lake, 


161 .9 


(stages), 


159-3 


3.45t 


Milo June, 


167.5 


Moosehead Lake Division. 




Fares 


Miles 


Fares 




Miles 


$3.45t Milo June, 




$3.8ot 


Guilford (stage), 


188.7 


(stage), 


167.5 


3.95t 


Abbot Village, 




3.45t St. Sebec (stage) 


173-3 




(stage). 


192.0 


3.45t East Dover, 


178.0 


4.05 


Monson June, 


194.8 


3.45t Dover and Fox- 




4.30 


Blanchard, 


202.7 


croft, 


181.0 


4.60 


Shirley, 


209.3 


3.70 Low's Bridge, 


185.4 


4.95t 


Greenville, 


216.3 


3.75t Sangerville, 


187.7 








3.55t Milo, 


168.9 


6.60 


*Ashland June, 


2514 


3.75t*Brownville, 


173-4 


6.70 


fSmyrna Mills, 


253.2 


4.35 Katahdin Iron 






Dudley, 


256.5 


Works, 


186.3 


7.20* 


Weeksboro, 


263.0 


4.00 BrowTiville June, 


176.9 


7.40 


Howe Brook, 


266.7 


4.20 Schoodic, 


184.2 


7.90 


Griswold, 


276.2 


4-55 West Seboois, 


192.4 


8.25* 


Masardis (stage) 


283.9 


4.85t Norcross, 


201. 1 


8.45 


Squa-Pan, 


287.7 


5.oot Millinocket, 




8.60 


Ashland, 


294.1 


(stage). 


206.5 


9.20 


Portage, 


305.8 


5.30 Grindstone, 


2154 


9.65 


Winchell, 


314.6 


5.70 Stacyville, 


226.7 


9.85 


McNally, 


318.9 


5.90 Sherman (stage) 


230.5 


10.05 


Winterville, 


322.5 


6.25 Patten (stage), 


237.2 


10.35 


Eagle Lake, 


328.9 


6.10 Crystal (stage), 


235-8 


11.60 


Wallagrass, 




6.25 Island Falls, 


241.6 




(stage). 


333-7 


6.50 Dyer Brook, 


248.1 


II. 10 


Fort Kent, 




6.60 Oakfield (stage). 


250.4 




(stage). 


346.2 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



Ill 



Fares 




Miles 


Fares 




Miles 


6.60 


*Ashland June, 


2514 


8.10 


Bridgewater, 


291.2 


6.80 


Ludlow (stage), 


257-3 


8.20 


*Robinsons, 


294.9 


6.90 


New Limerick, 


261.7 


8.35 


Mars Hill and 




7.10 


Gary's Mills, 


265.8 




Blaine, 


298.1 


7.10 


Houlton (stage) 


267.7 


8.5ot 


Westfield, 


303-0 


7.50 


Littleton, 


275-9 


8.65 


Fort Fairfield 




7.65 


Monticello, 


280.1 




Junction, 


307.7 


8.80 


Easton (stage). 


311-4 


8.80 


Maple Grove, 


316.8 


8.80 


Fairmount, 


314-4 


8.80 


Fort Fairfield, 


320.9 


8.65 


Fort Fairfield 




8-95 


Grimes Mill, 


332.2 




Junction, 


307-7 


9.10 


Goodrich, 


337.8 


8.80 


Presque Isle, 




9-30 


Limestone, 






(stage), 


313-3 




(stage), 


343.8 


8.80 


Caribou (stage), 


328.0 








8.80 


Caribou, 


328.0 


9-45 


Stockholm, 




9-15* 


New Sweden, 






(stage), 


344-6 




(stage). 


337-2 


10.05* 


Van Buren, 




9-35 


Jemtland, 


341-9 




(stage). 


361. 1 



KENNEBEC CENTRAL RAILROAD. 
Weston Lewis, Gardiner, Pres.; F. A. Lawton, Gardiner, 
Supt.; Geo. A. Farrington, Gardiner, Treas. 

From Randolph to National Soldiers' Home, $Togus, 5 miles. 



112 MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



EASTERN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. 



Portland Division. 
J. F. Liscomb, General Agent, Portland, Me. 

Steamers leave Franklin Wharf, Portland, and India Wharf, 
Boston, at 7 P. M. daily, throughout the year, Sundays excepted. 
Sunday trips from middle of June to middle of September. 

Distance from Portland about no miles. Staterooms $1 
to $5. 

International Division. 
W. E. Holden, Agent, Portland, Me. 

Steamers of this line leave Boston at 9.00 A. M., and Railroad 
Wharf, Portland, at 5.30 P. M., Mondays during the winter, 
Mondays and Thursdays during the spring, and Mondays, 
Wednesdays and Fridays during the summer. 

From Portland. 



Fares 

(Limited) Miles 

$4.25* Lubec. 187 

4.25* Eastport, 190 

4.75* Calais (F.S.B. Co.) 220 



Fares 

(Limited) Miles 

$4.50 St. John, 250 

1.25 Boston, no 



Meals and staterooms extra. 
Connection at St. John for all points in the Provinces. 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 113 



Vital Statistics. 



BIRTHS, 1906. 
Sex. Parentage. 

Males, 8,160 American. 60.1 % 

Females, 7,695 Foreign, 20.56 

Not stated, 23 One parent foreign, 18.21 

Not stated, 1.13 

15.878 . 

MARRIAGES, 1906. 

■Groom and bride both American, 4,639 

Groom and bride both foreign, 696 

Groom American, bride foreign, 545 

■Groom foreign, bride American, 582 

Not stated, 36 

6,498 

DEATHS, 1906. 

Sex. ■ Ages. 

Males, 5,925 Under 10 years, 2,869 

Females, 5,497 Between 10 and 40 years, 1,860 

Not stated, 5 Above 40 years, 6,698 



11.427 11,427 

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS IN MAINE, 1898, 1902. 1906. 

1898 1902 1906 

Number of births, 14.473 i4,5o8 15,878 

Number of marriages, 5,i44 S.905 6,498 

Number of deaths, 10,596 10,673 11.427 

Birth rate per 1,000 inhabitants, 21.89 20.89 22.09 

Marriage rate, 7-78 8.50 9.04 

Death rate, 16.57 15-37 15-90 



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MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



Cities and Towns of Maine. 



(cities in caps.) 







Date of 


Population 




Town. Co. 


Incorporation 


1890 


1900 


I 


Abbot, Pis. 


Jan. 31, 1827 


622 


716 


2 


Acton, York 


Mar. 6, 1830 


878 


778 


3 


Addison, Wash. 


Feb. 14, 1797 


1,022 


1,059 


4 


Albany, Ox. 


Jun. 20, 1803 


645 


538 


5 


Albion, Ken. 


Mar. 9, 1804 


1,042 


878 


,6 


Alexander, Wash. 


Jan. 19, 1825 


337 


333 


7 


Alfred, York 


Feb. 4, 1794 


1,030 


937 


8 


Alna, Lin. 


Jun. 25, 1794 


512 


444 


9 


Alton, Pen. 


Mar. 9, 1844 


348 


314 


10 


Amherst, Han. 


Feb. 5, 1 83 1 


375 


364 


II 


Amity, Aroos. 


Mar. 19, 1836 


420 


404 


12 


Andover, Ox. 


Jun. 23, 1804 


740 


727 


13 


Anson, Som. 


Mar. I, 1798 


1,444 


1,830 


14 


Appleton, Knox 


Jan. 28, 1839 


1,080 


975 


15 


Argyle, Pen. 


Mar. 19, 1839 


363 


320 


i6 


Arrowsic, Sag. 


1841 


177 


180 


17 


Ashland, Aroos. 


Feb. 18, 1862 


568 


1,513 


i8 


Athens, Som. 


Mar. 7, 1804 


1,072 


896 


19 


Atkinson, Pis. 


Feb. 12, 1819 


605 


495 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 115 



Municipal Statistics. 



(The odd numbered pages are continuations of the even numbered pages.) 
1907 Town and City Clerks 





Valuation 


Polls 


Tax Rate 1907-8 


I 


$162,923 


181 


•033 


D. H. Buxton, Vil. 


2 


260,487 


201 


.0208 


C. A. L. Treadwell, 

Milton Mills, N. H. 


3 


187,632 


261 


.025 


V. C. Plummer 


4 


155,944 


145 


.028 


Roy G. Wardwell, 

No. Water ford 


5 


343,454 


259 


.025 


John E. Taylor 


6 


55,524 


97 


.0303 


A. H. Perkins 


7 


297,632 


240 


.024 


Geo. H. Williams 


8 


160,652 


144 


.021 


Geo. W. Walker, Wiscasset 


9 


75,728 


74 


.0275 


W. H. Hunter 


10 


82,025 


93 


.022 


J. H. Patten 


II 


92,430 


130 


.027 


Elmer E. Farrar 


12 


275,175 


262 


.022 


H. M. Thomas 


13 


712,935 


631 


.026 


F. H. Holley, North 


14 


240,876 


270 


.027 


Willard M. Brown 


15 


56,509 


77 


.025 


L. S. Sanborn, Riverton 


16 


76,595 


68 


.022 


Jason McFadden, Woolwich 


17 


473,615 


579 


.025 


L. S. Coffin 


18 


292,042 


286 


.026 


H. N. Flanders 


19 


154,866 


147 


.028 


F. E. Learned, Sebec Sta. 



Il6 MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 

Date of Population 

Town. Co. Incorporation 1890 1900 

20 AUBURN, And. Mar. 18, 1854 11,250 12,951 

A City 1869 

21 AUGUSTA, Ken. Feb. 20, 1797 10,527 11,683 

A City 1849 

22 Aurora, Han. Feb. i, 1831 175 152 

23 Avon, Fran. Feb. 22, 1802 439 448 

24 Baileyville, Wash. Feb. 19. 1828 226 215 

25 Baldwin, Cum. Jun. 23. 1802 932 821 

26 Bancroft, Aroos. Feb. 5, 1889 264 318 

27 BANGOR, Pen. Feb. 25, 1791 19,103 21,850 

A City Feb. 12, 1834 

28 Baring, Wash. Jan. 19, 1825 273 231 

29 BATH, Sag. Feb. 17, 1781 8,723 10,477 

A City Mar. 20. 1848 

30 Beddington, Wash. Jan. 21, 1833 134 86 

31 BELFAST, Waldo Jun. 22, 1773 5.294 4,615 

A City 1853 

32 Belgrade, Ken. Feb. 3, 1796 1,090 1,058 

33 Belmont, Waldo Feb. 5. 1814 ' 475 352 

34 Benedicta, Aroos. 1872 ' 317 350 

35 Benton, Ken. Mar. 16. 1842 1,136 1,097 

36 Berwick, York Jun. 9, 17 13 2,294 2,280 
2^^ Bethel, Ox. Jun. 10, 1796 2,209 1^835 

38 BIDDEFORD, York " 1718 14,443 16,145 

A City 1855 

39 Bingham, Som. Feb. 6, 181 2 757 841 

40 Blaine, Aroos. Feb. 10, 1874 784 954 

41 Blanchard, Pis. Mar. 17, 183 1 213 248 

42 Bluehill, Han. Jan. 30, 1789 1,980 1,828 

43 Boothbay, Lin. Nov. 3, 1764 1,718 1,766 

44 Boothbay Har., Lin. Feb. 16, 1889 1,699 1.926 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. II7 

1907 Town and City Clerks 

Valuation Polls Tax Rate 1907-8 

20 7,153,550 4,117 .0225 Geo. W. Bumpus 

21 7,397,722 3,242 .0238 E. E. Newbert 



22 


47,077 


44 


.02 


Chas. P. Silsby 


23 


166,678 


119 


.022 


H. W. Worthley 


24 


725,000 


309 


.016 


John J. Ryan, Baring 


25 


319,806 


269 


.0185 


Dan'l T. Richardson, East 


26 


48,625 


75 


•03 


Thos. Fitzpatrick, North 


2y 


20,297,609 


6,727 


.02 


Frank A. Adams 


28 


90,433 


70 


.021 


Geo. F. Winslow 


29 


7,266,909 


2,660 


.023 


Albert J. Grassey 


30 


29,064 


70 


.021 


Lester Tibbitts, South 


31 


2,766,276 


1,500 


.02 


M. W. Lord 


32 


452,331 


317 


.0188 


E. H. Mosher 


33 


98,213 


115 


.029 


La forest Allenwood, Ctr, 


34 


63,269 


78 


•03 


Edward J. Crowe 


35 


473,813 


325 


.0283 


H. A. Plummer, Sta. 


36 


968,044 


598 


.018 


John H. Stillings 


37 


910,237 


619 


.02 


Leander T. Barker 


38 


7,232,180 


3,934 


.024 


A. 0. Marcille 


39 


274,145 


265 


.028 


W. B. Goodrich 


40 


204,575 


271 


•023 


J. M. Ramsay 


41 


89,259 


56 


.02 


E. P. Blanchard 


42 


591.790 


484 


.018 


Stephen B. Wescott 


43 
44 


581,204 
973,236 


488 
621 


.0208 
.024 


Alpheus Dodge 
W. T. Marr 



Ii8 MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 

Date of Population 

Town. Co. Incorporation 1890 1900 

45 Bowdoin, Sag. Mar. 21, 1788 940 937 

46 Bowdoinham, Sag. 1762 1,508 1,305 

47 Bowerbank, Pis. Feb. 28, 1907 87 (£ 

48 Bradford, Pen. Mar. 12, 1831 1,215 954 

49 Bradley, Pen. Feb. 3, 1835 823 682 

50 Bremen, Lin. Feb. 19, 1828 719 657 

51 BREWER, Pen. Feb. 22, 1812 

A City Mar. 11, 1889 4,193 4,835 

52 Bridgewater, Aroos. Mar. 2, 1858 946 1,179 

53 Bridgton, Cum. Feb. 7, 1794 2,605 2,868 

54 Bristol, Lin. Jun. 18, 1765 2,821 2,572 

55 Brooklin, Han. Jun. 9, 1849 1,046 93^ 

56 Brooks, Waldo Feb. 5, 1814 475 352 

57 Brooksville, Han. Jun. 13, 1817 1,310 1,171 

58 Brookton, Wash. Mar. 2, 1883 429 285 

59 Brownfield, Ox. Feb. 20, 1802 1,134 1,019 

60 Brownville, Pis. Feb. 3, 1824 1.074 1,570 

61 Brunswick, Cum. 1738 6.012 6,806 

62 Buckfield, Ox. Mar. 16, 1793 1,200 1,139 

63 Bucksport, Han. Jun. 25, 1792 2.644 2,339 

64 Burlington, Pen. Mar. 8, 1832 460 394 

65 Burnham, Waldo Feb. 4, 1824 846 766 

66 Buxton, York July 14, 1772 2,036 1,838 

67 Byron, Ox. Jan. 24, 1833 180 204 

68 CALAIS, Wash. Jun. 16, 1809 7,290 7,655 

A City Aug. 24, 1850 

69 Cambridge, Som. Feb. 8, 1834 425 364 

70 Camden, Knox Feb. 25, 1891 2,481 2,885 

71 Canaan, Som. Jun. 17, 1788 1,130 977 
^2 Canton, Ox. Feb. 5, 1821 1,303 946 

73 Cape Elizabeth, Cum. Mar. 15, 1895 887 

74 Caribou, Aroos. Apr. 5, 1859 4,087 4,758 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. II9 

1907 Town and City Clerks 

Valuation Polls Tax Rate 1907-8 



45 


300,058 


233 


.0192 


D. S. Jacques, Bowdoinham 


46 


541,835 


302 


.02 


L. D. Small 


47 


94,442 


24 


.0126 


C. H. Clarke 


48 


259.934 


296 


.021 


Chas. H. Robbins 


49 


184,509 


201 


.022 


Jas. A. Rich 


50 


132,413 


167 


.0333 


G. L. Weston, Kent 


51 


2,055,170 


1,684 


•03 


G. W. Nickerson 


52 


352,580 


336 


.029 


R. J. Kimball 


53 


1,386,030 


844 


.017 


Dan'l M. Crockett 


54 


866,981 


783 


.017 


0. A. Poland 


55 


202,776 


280 


.0242 


Frank W. Cole 


56 


257,143 


215 


.0225 


0. W. Lane 


57 


288,552 


269 


.02 


G. H. Tapley, West 


58 


61,011 


64 


.0235 


D. A. Daggett 


59 


294,454 


272 


.0193 


George Rowe 


60 


524,042 


657 


•03 


E. H. Poole 


61 


3,619,216 


1,684 


.018 


Thos. H. Riley 


62 


402,940 


350 


.023 


Alfred Cole 


63 


891,107 


672 


.0285 


A. B. Ames 


64 


145,247 


131 


.014 


Geo. A. Lord 


65 


224,271 


236 


.021 


R. A. Black 


66 


734,826 


509 


.0193 


Geo. E. Smith, West 


^7 


100,000 


69 


.024 


Henry H. Richards 


68 


2,641,790 


1,633 


.0245 


S. D. Morrell 


69 


128,745 


126 


.0215 


0. B. Quimby 


70 


2,408,965 


986 


.0188 


E. E. Boynton 


71 


289,725 


314 


.024 


H. B. Harris 


72 


292,640 


321 


.036 


Geo. L. Wadlin 


73 


951,265 


232 


.0146 


Edward F. Hill 


74 


1,689,016 


1,229 


.025 


W. B. Hall 



I20 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



Town. Co. 

75 Carmel, Pen. 

76 Carroll, Pen. 
']'] Carthage, Fran. 

78 Casco, Cum. 

79 Castine, Han. 

80 Castle Hill, Aroos. 

81 Centerville, Wash. 

82 Charleston, Pen. 

83 Charlotte, Wash. 

84 Chelsea, Ken. 

85 Cherryfield, Wash. 

86 Chester, Pen. 

87 Chesterville, Fran. 

88 China, Ken. 

89 Clifton, Pen. 

90 Clinton, Ken. 

91 Columbia, Wash. 

92 Columbia Falls, Wash. 

93 Concord, Som. 

94 Cooper, Wash. 

95 Corinna, Pen. 

96 Corinth, Pen. 

97 Cornish, York 

98 Cornville, Som. 

99 Cranberry Isles, Han. 
100 Crawford, Wash, 
loi Crystal, Aroos. 

102 Cumberland, Cum. 

103 Cushing, Knox 

104 Cutler, Wash. 

105 Damarascotta, Lin. 

106 Dan forth, Wash. 



Date of 


Population 


Incorporation 


1890 


1900 


Jun. 21, 1811 


1,066 


962- 


Mar. 30, 1845 


546 


487 


Feb. 22, 1802 


439 


448. 


Mar., 1841 


844 


783 


Feb. 10, 1796 


987 


925 


Feb. 25, 1903 


537 


567 


Mar. 16, 1842 


114 


91 


Feb. 16, 181 1 


971 


842 


Jan. 19, 1825 


381 


315 


Aug. 17, 1850 


2,356 


3,092 


Feb. 9, 1816 


1,787 


1,859 


Feb. 26, 1834 


368 


363 


Feb. 20, 1802 


770 


709 


Jun. 5, 1818 


1423 


1,380 


Aug. 7, 1848 


284 


236 


Feb. 28, 1795 


1,518 


1,398 


Feb. 8, 1796 


587 


516 


Mar. 25, 1863 


698 


965 


Jan. 25, 1821 


345 


291 


Feb. 6, 1822 


264 


207 


Dec. II, 1816 


1,207 


1,170 


Jun. 21, 181 1 


1,154 


1,042 


Feb. 27, 1794 


1,118 


987 


Feb. 24, 1798 


785 


689 


Mar. 16, 1830 


330 


374 


Feb. II, 1828 


140 


112 


Mar. 21, 1901 


297 


370 


Mar. 19, 1821 


1,487 


1,404- 


Jan. 28, 1789 


688 


604 


Jan. 26, 1826 


662 


565 


July 26, 1847 


1,012 


876 


Mar. 17, i860 


1,063 


1,092 



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1907 Town and City Clerks 





Valuation 


Polls 


Tax Rate 1907-8 


75 


284,537 


276 


.018 


C. K. Johnson 


76 


121,928 


134 


.0225 


D. W. Lindsey 


77 


161,736 


117 


.019 


Elmer Holt 


78 


278,600 


219 


.018 


R. E. Gay 


79 


529,808 


250 


.02 


Frank S. Perkins 


80 


96,916 


149 


•037 


P. M. Smith, Mapleton i 


81 


56,315 


28 


■0165 


J. H. Barton 


82 


274,636 


280 


.024 


J. F. Dority 


83 


78,656 


88 


•0175 


Edwin E. Fisher 


84 


226,648 


212 


.0205 


N. M, Hemenway, Gardiner 9 


85 


420,564 


416 


.027 


Chas. N. Adams 


86 


74,440 


100 


.027 


M. H. Haynes, Lincoln Ctr. i 


87 


257,110 


224 


.026 


A. H. Black 


88 


531,720 


420 


.0245 


W. W. Washburn 


89 


60,789 


69 


.028 


E. J. Penney i 


90 


518,685 


402 


.021 


C. C. Hayes ! 


91 


104,279 


169 


•0333^ 


V. M. Look 


92 


152,415 


197 


.022 


Chas. F. Wilson 


93 


72,986 


91 


•034 


E. 0. Vittum, Bingham 


94 


53,060 


49 


.0273 


W. H. Morton 


95 


428,514 


360 


.025 


T. E. Gray 


96 


419,991 


327 


.0146 


E. A. Cole, East 


97 


352,142 


320 


.0234 


Preston C. Parker 


98 


311,480 


203 


.021 


F. C. Rowell, Skowhegan 7 


99 


233,287 


134 


.0182 


Geo. W. Bulger 


100 


37,391 


41 


.031 


Jas. Wallace 


lOI 


116,258 


132 


•033 


G. A. Young 


102 


962,498 


456 


•0135 


D. L. Blanchard, Ctr. 


103 


128,512 


191 


.023 


Clarence J. Freeman 


104 


89,020 


198 


.042 


C. G. Aldrich 


105 


452,054 


255 


.0225 


E. R. Castner 


106 


287,441 


350 


.028 


Alex McClain, Jr. 



122 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



Town. Co. 

107 Dayton, York 

108 Deblois, Wash. 

109 Dedham, Han. 
no Deer Isle, Han. 

111 Denmark, Ox. 

112 Dennysville, Wash. 

113 Detroit, Som. 

114 Dexter, Pen. 

115 Dixfield, Ox. 

116 Dixmont, Pen. 

117 Dover, Pis. 

118 Dresden, Lin. 

119 Durham, And. 

120 Dyer Brook, Aroos. 

121 Eastbrook, Han. 

122 East Livermore, And. 

123 East Machias, Wash. 

124 Easton, Aroos. 

125 EASTPORT, Wash. 

A City 

126 East MiUinocket, Pen. 

127 Eddington, Pen. 

128 Eden, Han. 

129 Edgecomb, Lin. 

130 Edinburg, Pen. 

131 Edmunds, Wash. 

132 Eliot, York 

133 ELLSWORTH, Han. 

A City 

134 Embden, Som. 

135 Enfield, Pen. 

136 Etna, Pen. 



Date of 
Incorporation 

Apr. 7, 1854 
Mar. 4, 1852 
Feb. 7, 1837 
Jan. 30, 1789 
Feb. 20, 1807 
Feb. 13, 1818 
Feb. 19, 1828 
Jun. 17, 1816 
Jun. 21, 1803 
Feb. 28, 1807 
Jan. 19, 1822 
Jun. 24, 1794 
Feb. 17, 1789 
Mar. 31, 1891 
Feb. 8, 1837 
Mar. 20, 1843 
Jan. 24, 1826 
Feb. 24, 1864 
Feb. 24, 1798 
Mar. 31, 1893 
Feb. 21, 1907 
Feb. 22, 181 1 
Feb. 23, 1796 
Mar. 5, 1774 
Jan. 31, 1835 
Feb. 7, 1828 
Mar. I, 1810 
Feb. 26, 1800 
Feb. 6, 1869 
Jun. 22, 1804 
Jan. 31, 1835 
Feb. 15, 1820 



Population 
1890 1900 



500 

76 

366 

3422 

755 
452 
590 

2,732 
988 
919 

1,942 

1,043 

I, III 

221 

246 

1,506 

1-637 

978 

4,908 



729 
1,946 

749 

54 

395 

1463 

4,804 

579 

769 
646 



473 
73 

327 
2,047 

634 
382 

527 
2,941 
1,052 

843 
1,889 

882 
1,230 

280 

248 
2,129 

1,521 
1,215 

5,311 



663 

4,379 
607 

65 
492 

1,458 
4.297 

567 
1,062 

527 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



123 





1907 




Town and City Clerks 




Valuation 


Polls 


Tax Rate 1907-8 


107 


200,621 


142 


•0195 


J. Burton Roberts 


108 


22,332 


23 


.021 


Wm. B. Leighton 


109 


97,182 


108 


•0255 


H. P. Burrill 


no 


381,495 


523 


.0304 


T. G. Pickering 


III 


332,245 


195 


.0163 


Alfred W. Belcher 


112 


158,518 


123 


.019 


Fred L. Gardner 


"3 


158,292 


162 


.0185 


G. L. Rand 


114 


1,282,724 


1,054 


.0262 


J. W. Haines 


115 


377,045 


365 


.02 


Geo. P. Stanley 


116 


237,159 


256 


,019 


J. W. Harding 


117 


976,056 


586 


.0186 


E. E. Whitney 


118 


349,089 


277 


.017 


Wm. R. Houdlette, Mills 


119 


342,475 


386 


.026 


G. E. Warren 


120 


93,633 


81 


•032 


J. L. Moulton 


121 


57,952 


^7 


.024 


R. B. Lawrie 


122 


1,161,495 


793 


.022 


I. B. Clary, Falls 


123 


450,879 


409 


.023 


Fred Bogue 


124 


437,556 


342 


.026 


W. J. Sawyer, Sprague's Mills 


125 


1,587,396 


1,344 


•03 


W. F. Alexander 


126 


212,539 


188 


.038 


C. J. Gosnell 


127 


170,547 


201 


.02 


F. F. Merrill, East 


128 


6,097,779 


1,580 


.025 


W. H. Sherman, Bar Harbor 


129 


175,788 


171 


•025 


J. J. Patterson 


130 


20,679 


II 


.02 


Chas. M. Farnham, Howland 


131 


90,555 


137 


.026 


Frank S. West 


132 


546,160 


368 


.0193 


J. H. Dixon, South 


133 


2,024,226 


1,352 


.023 


J. A. Cunningham 


134 


265,108 


187 


•025 


B. A. Barron, No, Anson 2 


135 


245,418 


284 


.026 


Edwin L. Buck, West 


136 


124,539 


156 


.027 


L. B. Wheeler 



124 MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 

Date of Population 

Town. Co. Incorporation 1890 1900 

137 Eustis, Fran. Feb. 18, 1871 321 436 

138 Exeter, Pen. Feb. 16, 181 1 939 879 

139 Fairfield, Som. Jun. 18, 1788 3,510 3,878 

140 Falmouth, Cum. 1718 1,580 1,511 

141 Farmingdale, Ken. Apr. 3, 1853 821 848 

142 Farmington, Fran. Feb. i, 1794 3,207 3,288 

143 Fayette, Ken. Feb. 28, 1795 649 560 

144 Forest City, Wash. Feb. 15, 1887 287 151 

145 Fort Fairfield, Aroos. Mar. 11, 1858 3,526 4,181 

146 Fort Kent, Aroos. Feb. 23, 1869 1,826 2,528 

147 Foxcroft, Pis. Feb. 29, 1812 1,726 1,629 

148 Frankfort, Waldo Jun. 25, 1789 1,099 1,211 

149 Franklin, Han. Jan. 24, 1825 1,254 1,201 

150 Freedom, Waldo Jun. 11, 18 13 510 479 

151 Freeman, Fran. Mar. 4, 1808 464 397 

152 Freeport, Cum. Feb. 14, 1789 2,482 2,339 

153 Frenchville, Aroos, Feb. 23, 1869 2,560 1,316 

154 Friendship, Knox Feb. 25, 1807 877 814 

155 Fryeburg, Ox. Jan. 11, 1777 1,418 1,376 

156 GARDINER, Ken. Feb. 17, 1803 5,491 5,501 

A City 1850 

157 Garland, Pen. Feb. 16, 181 1 973 857 

158 Georgetown, Sag. Jun. 13, 1716 849 799 

159 Gilead, Ox. Jun. 23, 1804 336 340 

160 Glenburn, Pen. Jan. 29, 1822 583 461 

161 Gorham, Cum. Oct. 30, 1764 2,888 2,540 

162 Gouldsboro, Han. Feb. 16, 1789 1,709 1,259 

163 Grafton, Ox. Mar. 19, 1852 98 81 

164 Grand Isle, Aroos. Mar. 2, 1869 964 1,104 

165 Gray, Cum. Jun. 19, 1778 1,51 7 1,388 

166 Greenbush, Pen. Feb. 28, 1834 659 586 

167 Greene, And. Jun. 18, 1788 885 826 



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1907 Town and City Clerks 





Valuation 


Polls : 


rax Rat 


e 1907-8 


137 


239,060 


190 


.0177 


Guy Sedgeley, Stratton 


138 


272,122 


277 


.0238 


Henry E. Butters 


139 


1,556,330 


1,197 


.0205 


Wm. H. Totman 


140 


1,346,320 


444 


.0115 


A. S. Noyes, West 


141 


479,723 


217 


.021 


Geo. E. Stevens 


142 


1,868,185 


905 


.014 


Louis Voter 


143 


236,644 


184 


.026 


L. R. Fellows, Mt. Vernon 32 


144 


9,920 


23 


.04 


F. 0. Foster 


145 


2,044,480 


1,164 


.02 


H. W. Perry 


146 


441,969 


775 


.024 


Frank W. Mallett 


147 


800,515 


522 


.0235 


W. M. Steward 


148 


286,820 


316 


.0264 Harry A. Thompson 


149 


337,638 


337 


.016 


H. C. Crabtree 


150 


158,812 


141 


.024 


W. R. Sparrow 


151 


96,935 


no 


.025 


C. C. Brown, Strong 


152 


1,285,614 


734 


.0185 


R. E. Randall 


153 


109,526 


264 


.025 


Eloi R. Michaud 


154 


244,788 


262 


.0245 


C. W. Wotton 


155 


794,937 


437 


.0185 


Norman Charles 


156 


3,589,056 


1,658 


.02 


C. 0. Wadsworth 


157 


285,389 


265 


.0218 


David E. Knight 


158 


267,030 


238 


.023 


Wm. A. Todd, Ctr. 


159 


119,492 


7^ 


.0166 


R. I. Peabody 


160 


167,925 


126 


.017 


John F. Tolman 


161 


1,555,601 


719 


•0145 


W. T. Libby 


162 


318,279 


418 


.021 


Ernest Rice, Prospect Harbor 


163 


141,253 


26 


.011 


Otis W. Brooks 


164 


115,007 


257 


.019 


Florent San f aeon 


165 


494,428 


358 


.0168 


F. D. Sawyer, East 


166 


78,045 


147 


•04 


J. A. Atwood, Olamon 


167 


300,999 


273 


•0235 


0. E. Hanscom 



126 MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 

Date of Population 

Town. Co. Incorporation 1890 1900 

168 Greenfield, Pen. 1831 231 160 

169 Greenville, Pis. Feb. 6, 1836 781 1,117 

170 Greenwood, Ox. Feb. 2, 1816 727 741 

171 Guilford, Pis. Feb. 8, 1816 1,023 1,544 

172 HALLOWELL, Ken. Apr. 26, 1771 3,181 2,714 

A City Aug. 29, 1850 

173 Hampden, Pen. Feb. 24, 1794 2,484 2,182 

174 Hancock, Han. Feb. 21, 1828 1,190 900 

175 Hanover, Ox. Feb. 14, 1843 212 214 

176 Harmony, Som. Jun. 15, 1803 704 571 

177 Harpswell, Cum. Jan. 15, 1758 1.766 1,750 

178 Harrington, Wash. Jun. 17, 1797 1,150 1,165 

179 Harrison, Cum. Mar. 8, 1805, 1,071 969 

180 Hartford, Ox. Jun. 13, 1798 689 660 

181 Hartland, Som. Feb. 17, 1820 974 1,115 

182 Haynesville, Aroos. 1876 280 316 

183 Hebron, Ox. Mar. 6, 1792 600 494 

184 Hermon, Pen. Jun. 13, 1814 1,282 1,183 

185 Hersey, Aroos. Jan. 25, 1873 151 i99 

186 Hiram, Ox. Feb. 27, 1814 1,063 i,io5 

187 Hodgdon, Aroos. Feb. 11, 1832 1,113 1,130 

188 Holden, Pen. Apr. 13, 1852 609 602 

189 Hollis, York Feb. 27, 1798 1,278 1,274 

190 Hope, Knox Jun. 23, 1804 641 599 

191 Houlton, Aroos. Mar. 8, 1831 4,015 4,686 

192 Howland, Pen. Feb. 10, 1826 171 519 

193 Hudson, Pen. Feb. 25, 1825 510 430 

194 Hurricane Isle, Knox Feb. 7, 1878 266 257 

195 Industry, Fran. Jun. 20, 1803 545 553 

196 Island Falls, Aroos. Feb., 1872 223 1,063 

197 Isle au Haut, Han. Feb. 28, 1874 206 182 

198 Islesboro, Waldo Jan. 28, 1789 1,006 923 



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1907 Town and City Clerks 





Valuation 


Polls 


Tax Rate 1907-8 


168 


44,013 


41 


•033>^ 


Geo. Wheeler 


169 


501,084 


435 


.024 


Ralph P. Brown 


170 


184,140 


204 


•03 


M. A. Lapham, Locke's Mills 


171 


643,365 


543 


.026 


C. S. Bennett 


172 


1,453,185 


735 


.02 


E. M. Henderson 


173 


785,910 


764 


.0182 


Fred L. Wyman 


174 


298,717 


202 


•0155 


H. C. Crabtree 


175 


77,913 


17 


.0165 


Arthur G. Howe 


176 


226,260 


221 


.0245 


C. C. McLaughlin 


177 


809,204 


521 


.016 


E. K. Hodgkins, Ctr. 


178 


226,871 


286 


.026 


W. N. Dyer 


179 


431,034 


313 


.017 


Howard L. Sampson 


180 


280,936 


228 


.027 


T. B. W. Stetson, Canton i 


181 


465,011 


330 


.024 


Carl Randlett 


182 


65,654 


84 


.016 


A. C. Mitchell 


183 


220,124 


146 


.0195 


A. M. Richardson 


184 


380,160 


360 


.017 


Thurston Hunt 


185 


59,488 


58 


.037 


David Monteith 


186 


357,215 


275 


.017 


Chas. Cotton 


187 


282,608 


282 


.0255 


F. H. Vail 


188 


146,069 


167 


.025 


Wm. S. Gilmore, Brewer 5 


189 


432,476 


377 


.022 


A. F. Flint, W. Buxton 


190 


203,194 


175 


.019 


H. H. Payson 


191 


2,982,894 


1,868 


•03 


Michael M. Clark 


192 


293,756 


193 


.0195 


W. H. Smart 


193 


106,719 


134 


.028 


Harry C. Smith 


194 


60,175 


97 


.02039 


John H. Landers 


195 


112,009 


148 


•039 


Chas. M. Hilton, W. Mills 


196 


345,453 


463 


.025 


Geo. H. Donham 


197 


83,998 


50 


.029 


John K. Collins 


198 


872,080 


252 


.013 


Geo. A. Warren, North 



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MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



Town. Co. 

199 Jackson, Waldo 

200 Jay, Fran. 

201 Jefferson, Lin. 

202 Jonesboro, Wash. 

203 Jonesport, Wash. 

204 Kenduskeag, Pen. 

205 Kennebunk, York 

206 Kennebunkport, York 

207 Kingfield, Fran. 

208 Kingman, Pen. 

209 Kittery, York 

210 Knox, Waldo 

211 Lagrange, Pen. 

212 Lamoine, Han. 

213 Lebanon, York 

214 Lee, Pen. 

215 Leeds, And. 

216 Levant, Pen. 

217 LEWISTON, And. 

A City 

218 Liberty, Waldo 

219 Limerick, York 

220 Limestone, Aroos. 

221 Limington, York 

222 Lincoln, Pen. 

223 Lincolnville, Waldo 

224 Linneus, Aroos. 

225 Lisbon, And. 

226 Litchfield, Ken. 

227 Littleton, Aroos. 

228 Livermore, And. 

229 Lovell, Ox. 



Date of Population 

Incorporation 1890 1900 

Jun. 12, 1818 522 439 

Feb. 26, 1795 1.541 2,758 

Feb. 24, 1807 1,391 1,155 

Mar. 4, 1809 470 606 

Feb. 3, 1832 1,917 2,124 

Feb. 20, 1852 536 423 

Jun. 24, 1820 3,172 3,228 

1653 2,196 2,123 

Jan. 24, 1816 601 693 

Feb., 1873 671 936 

Oct. 20, 1647 2,864 2,872 

Feb. 12, 1819 657 559 

Feb. II, 1832 721 574 

Feb. II, 1870 J 26 594 

Jun. 25, 1767 1,263 1,335 

Feb. 3, 1832 929 801 

Feb. 16, 1 80 1 999 1,065 

Jun. 14, 181 3 880 789 
Feb. 18, 1795 

Mar. 15, 1861 21,701 23,761 

Jan. 31, 1837 835 737 

Mar. 6, 1787 966 874 

Feb. 26, 1869 933 1,131 

Feb. 9, 1792 1,092 1,001 

Jan. 30, 1829 1,756 1,731 

Jun. 23, 1802 1,361 1,223 

Mar. 19, 1836 965 834 

Jun. 22, 1799 3,120 3,603 

Feb. 18, 1795 1,126 1,057 

Mar. 18, 1856 924 956 

Feb. 28, 1795 1,151 1,125 

Nov. 15, 1800 853 693 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



129 





1907 




Town and City Clerks 




Valuation 


Polls T 


ax Rate 1907-8 


199 


142,810 


144 


0207 


R. E. Page, Brooks 4 


200 


1,615,521 


I, III 


0.17 


M. A. Macomber 


201 


413,379 


338 


,022 


E. A. Hofses 


202 


101,291 


147 


034 


F. H, Shoppee 


203 


502,838 


619 


.0265 


H. F. Mansfield 


204 


166,823 


148 


.022 


F. W. Perkins 


205 


2,210,109 


822 


.0176 


A. W. Meserve 


206 


1,441,200 


708 


.022 


E. C. Miller 


207 


336,979 


295 


.028 


John G. Butts 


208 


155,088 


240 


.024 


E. Bunker 


209 


858,608 


896 


.029 


C. M. Prince 


210 


179,744 


163 


.021 


B. M. Shibles, Thomdike 


211 


257,192 


187 


.021 


C. L. Doble 


212 


179,481 


176 


•0175 


Eben H. King 


^13 


374,916 


416 


.026 


Fred Chamberlain, Ctr. 


214 


119,589 


215 


.026 


W. H. AveriU 


215 


318,959 


303 


.0178 


King Bartlett 


216 


233,518 


254 


.022 


C. F. Wilson 


217 


14,122,184 


5,788 


.02 


L. N. Lajeunesse 


218 


203,065 


205 


.022 


G. H. CargiU 


219 


309,555 


228 


.0195 


Chas. F. Philpot 


220 


433,350 


277 


.027 


J. E. McMennamin 


221 


326,834 


273 


.021 


Harry Maxim, South 


222 


559,747 


647 


.0265 


Artemus Weatherbee 


223 


290,764 


320 


.023 


Arue A. Knight 


224 


220,954 


238 


.0228 


Willis H. Bither 


225 


2,253,960 


1,127 


•0175 


F. E. Grossman, Falls 


226 


337,470 


244 


.024 


Geo. M. Rogers 


227 


329,704 


275 


.024 


L. F. Hall, Monticello 


228 


427,365 


348 


.02 


Wm. N. Bennett 


229 


468,499 


253 


•0135 


J. A. Farrington 



130 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 







Date of 


Population 




Town. Co. 


Incorporation 


1890 


1900 


230 


Lowell, Pen. 


Feb. 9, 1837 


439 


300 


231 


Lubec, Wash. 


Jun. 21, 1811 


2,069 


3,005 


232 


Ludlow, Aroos. 


Mar. 18, 1837 


375 


394 


233 


Lyman, York 


Apr. 24, 1780 


854 


687 


234 


Machias, Wash. 


Jun. 23, 1784 


2,035 


2,082 


235 


Machiasport, Wash. 


Jan. 24, 1826 


1,437 


1,218 


236 


Madawaska, Aroos. 


Feb. 24, 1869 


1,451 


1,698 


237 


Madison, Som. 


Mar. y, 1804 


1,815 


2,764 


238 


Madrid, Fran. 


Jan. 29, 1836 


441 


326 


239 


Manchester, Ken. 


Aug. 12, 1850 


612 


518 


240 


Mapleton, Aroos. 


Mar., 1880 


832 


853 


241 


Mariaville, Han. 


Feb. 29, 1836 


271 


218 


242 


Marion, Wash. 


Jan. 31, 1834 


90 


95 


243 


Marshfield, Wash. 


Jun. 30, 1846 


299 


227 


244 


Mars Hill, Aroos, 


Feb. 21, 1867 


837 


1,183 


245 


Masardis, Aroos. 


Mar. 21, 1839 


250 


438 


246 


Mason, Ox. 


Feb. 3, 1843 


80 


67 


247 


Mattawamkeag, Pen. 


Feb. 14, i860 


633 


527 


248 


Maxfield, Pen. 


Feb. 6, 1824 


134 


115 


249 


Mechanic Falls, And. 


Mar. 22, 1893 




1,687 


250 


Meddybemps, Wash. 


Feb. 20, 1 84 1 


156 


154 


251 


Medford, Pis. 


Jan. 31, 1824 


306 


282 


252 


Medway, Pen. 


Feb. 8, 1875 


653 


297 


253 


Mercer, Som. 


Jun. 22, 1804 


584 


493 


254 


Mexico, Ox. 


Feb., 1818 


355 


816 


255 


Milbridge, Wash. 


July 14, 1848 


1,963 


1,921 


256 


Milford, Pen. 


Feb. 28, 1833 


835 


838 


257 


Millinocket, Pen. 


Mar. 16, 1 901 




1,144 


258 


Milo, Pis. 


Jan. 21, 1823 


1,029 


1,150 


259 


Minot, And. 


Feb. 18, 1802 


1,355 


808 


260 


Monmouth, Ken. 


Jan. 20, 1792 


1,362 


1,236 



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1907 Town and City Clerks 





Valuation 


Polls 


Tax Rate 1907-8 


230 


75,196 


82 


.026 


C. G. Jewell, East 


231 


874,922 


774 


.02 


Chas. E. Morong 


232 


97,918 


lOI 


.027 


A. J. Chase, Houlton i 


233 


325,177 


200 


.017 


Wm. M. Staples, 

W. Kennebunk 


234 


781,735 


504 


.027 


H. R. Taylor 


235 


172,199 


363 


.028 


W. C. Hanson 


236 


168,744 


348 


.022 


Raymond Albert, Upper 


^Z7 


1,720,257 


946 


.0189 


Sam'l E. Remick 


238 


89,390 


102 


.025 


L. C. Reed 


239 


261,200 


169 


.019 


Geo. H. Kilbreth 


240 


256,035 


256 


.028 


E. A. Smith 


241 


49,122 


70 


.027 


Chas. F. Silsby, Tilden 


242 


38,308 


35 


•035 


W. R. Moffett 


243 


56,915 


67 


.0194 


N. S. Bowker 


244 


364,880 


334 


.0265 


A. 0. Nutter 


245 


134,224 


168 


•035 


F. W. E. Goss, Ashland 


246 


54,953 


23 


.0229 


F. I. Bean 


247 


126,892 


154 


.029 


Fred A. Martin 


248 


33,444 


22 


.024 


E. S. Goodrich 


249 


823,132 


445 


.021 


Clarence M. Hutchins 


250 


30,764 


44 


.04 


J. N. Bridges 


251 


106,559 


96 


.0156 


L. A. Bailey, Ctr. 


252 


68,619 


143 


.027 


Edgar T. Fiske 


253 


165,009 


156 


.0205 


N. E. True 


254 


586,735 


702 


•0325 


A. D. Virgin 


255 


400,825 


464 


.0275 


H. H. Br^zzell 


256 


603,963 


303 


.021 


Joseph Spruce 


257 


926,272 


1,254 


.022 


Harry E. Reed 


258 


962,852 


734 


.028 


Leon G. C. Brown 


259 


340,840 


229 


.021 


F. P. Atwood, West 


260 


636,485 


390 


.017 


C. J. Bragdon 



132 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 







Date 


of 


Population 




Town. Co. 


Incorporation 


1890 


1900 


261 


Monroe, Waldo 


Feb. 12, 


1818 


1,079 


958 


262 


Monson, Pis. 


Feb. 8, I 


822 


1,237 


1,116 


263 


Monticello, Aroos. 


July 29, 


1846 


1,132 


1,332 


264 


Montville, Waldo 


Feb. 18, 


1807 


1,049 


982 


265 


Morrill, Waldo 


Mar. 3, 


1855 


460 


420 


266 


Moscow, Som. 


Jan. 30, 


1816 


422 


378 


267 


Mt. Chase, Pen. 


Mar. 21, 


1864 


284 


299 


268 


Mt. Desert, Han. 


Feb. 17, 


1789 


1,355 


1,600 


269 


Mt. Vernon, Ken. 


Jun. 28, 


1792 


940 


906 


270 


Naples, Cum. 




1834 


846 


813 


271 


New burgh. Pen. 


Mar. 13, 


1819 


867 


734 


272 


Newcastle, Lin. 


Jun. 19, 


1753 


1,282 


1,075 


273 


Newfield, York 


Feb. 26, 


1794 


794 


676 


274 


New Gloucester, Cum. 




1774 


1,234 


1,162 


275 


New Limerick, Aroos. 


Mar. 18, 


1837 


567 


600 


276 


Newport, Pen. 


Jun. 14, 


1814 


1,188 


1,533 


277 


New Portland, Som. 


Mar. 9, 


1808 


1,034 


913 


278 


Newry, Ox. 


Jun. 15, 


1805 


343 


286 


279 


New Sharon, Fran. 


Jun. 20, 


1794 


1,064 


946 


280 


New Sweden, Aroos, 


Jan. 29, 


1895 


707 


867 


281 


New Vineyard, Fran. 


Feb. 22, 


1802 


660 


584 


282 


Nobleboro, Lin. 


Nov. 20, 


, 1788 


947 


810 


283 


Norridgewock, Som. 


Jun. 18, 


1788 


1,656 


1,495 


284 


No. Berwick, York 


Mar. 22 


, 1831 


1,803 


1,748 


285 


Northfield, Wash. 


Mar. 21; 


, 1838 


143 


126 


286 


North Haven, Knox 


Jun. 30, 


1846 


552 


551 


287 


Northport, Waldo 


Feb. 13, 


1796 


691 


545 


288 


No. Yarmouth, Cum. 




1680 


709 


642 


289 


Norway, Ox. 


Mar. 9, 


1797 


2,665 


2,902 


290 


Oakfield, Aroos. 


Feb. 25, 


1897 


720 


860 


291 


Oakland, Ken. 


Feb. 26, 


1873 


2,044 


1-913 


292 


Old Orchard, York 


Feb. 20, 


1883 


877 


964 



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1907 Town and City Clerks 

Valuation Polls Tax Rate 1907-8 



261 


250,740 


263 


•023 


F. L. Palmer 


262 


248,509 


407 


.026 


E. T. Hescock 


263 


358,410 


301 


.02 


L. E. Stackpole 


264 


286,706 


259 


.0255 


Chas. N. Allen, Freedom 2 


265 


115,901 


no 


.022 


T. N. Pearson 


266 


123,215 


126 


.027 


Jos. B. Whitney, Bingham 


267 


66,993 


127 


•034 


Willis Myrick, Myrick 


268 


1,862,072 


527 


•0175 


L. H. Somes 


269 


327,905 


251 


.0184 


R. W. Leighton 


270 


263,800 


242 


.022 


Asa W. Folsom 


271 


247,386 


241 


.021 


J. A. Whitney 


272 


686,265 


315 


•0175 


Alexander Farnham 


273 


219654 


176 


.021 


A. J. Shepard, West 


274 


1,388,601 


353 


.011 


Wm. H. True 


275 


138,153 


128 


.024 


J. J. Conlogue, Houlton i 


2'j6 


691,528 


603 


.028 


Benj. T. Shaw 


277 


260,335 


291 


.0244 


Elijah Hodsdon 


278 


179,076 


93 


.015 


A. E. Bailey 


279 


380,524 


285 


•0235 


T. A. Paul 


280 


173,402 


309 


.0312 


N. E. Ringdahl, Sta. 


281 


176,603 


176 


.02 


0. S. Turner 


282 


296,350 


237 


.019 


J. 0. Oliver 


283 


608,305 


454 


.023 


0. F. Hall 


284 


687,493 


525 


.0275 


G. W. Perkins 


285 


37,785 


28 


.027 


C. B. Albee 


286 


254,453 


177 


.0192 


J. 0. Brown 


287 


324,499 


189 


.0152 


F. A. Rhodes 


288 


310,600 


213 


.0182 


E. D. Loring 


289 


1,290,210 


960 


.021 


Geo. L. Curtis 


290 


109,294 


224 


•032 


Sam'l Drew, Burleigh 


291 


918,405 


728 


.026 


A. H. Lord 


292 


1,062,652 


311 


.02 


F. I, Luce 



134 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



Date of Population 

Town. Co. Incorporation 1890 1900 

293 OLD TOWN, Pen. Mar. 16, 1840 5,312 5,763 

A City Feb. 19, 1891 

294 Orient, Aroos. Apr. 9, 1856 244 208 

295 Orland, Han. Feb. 21, 1828 1,190 900 

296 Orneville, Pis. Jan. 30, 1832 492 325 

297 Orono, Pen. Mar. 12, 1806 2,790 3,257 

298 Orrington, Pen. Mar. 21, 1788 1,406 1,266 

299 Otis, Han. Mar. 19, 1835 239 152 

300 Otisfield, Cum. Feb. 19, 1798 838 728 

301 Oxford, Ox. Feb. 27, 1829 1,455 I.33I 

302 Palermo, Waldo Jun. 23, 1804 887 757 

303 Palmyra, Som. Jun. 20, 1807 1,004 915 

304 Paris, Ox. Jun. 20, 1793 3,156 3,255 

305 Parkman, Pis. Jan. 29, 1822 813 718 

306 Parsonsfield, York Mar. 9, 1785 1,398 1,131 

307 Passadumkeag, Pen. Jan. i, 1835 343 4^9 

308 Patten, Pen. Apr. 16, 1841 936 1,174 

309 Pembroke, Wash. Feb. 4, 1832 1,514 1,652 

310 Penobscot, Han. Feb. 23, 1787 1,313 1,156 

311 Perham, Aroos. Mar. 26, 1897 438 580 

312 Perkins, Sag. Jun. 24, 1847 69 61 

313 Perry, Wash. Feb. 12, 1818 945 1,245 

314 Peru, Ox. Feb. 5, 1821 692 773 

315 Phillips, Fran. Feb. 25, 1812 1,394 1,399 

316 Phippsburg, Sag. Jan. 26, 1814 - 1,396 1,254 

317 Pittsfield, Som. Jun. 19, 1819 2,503 2,891 

318 Pittston, Ken. Feb. 4, 1779 1,281 1,177 

319 Plymouth, Pen. Feb. 21, 1826 689 658 

320 Poland, xA.nd. Feb. 17, 1795 2,472 1,648 

321 Porter, Ox. Feb. 20, 1807 1,015 886 
2,22 PORTLAND, Cum. July 4, 1786 36,425 50,145 

A City Mar. 26, 1832 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 135 

1907 Town and City Clerks 

Valuation Polls Tax Rate 1907-8 

293 2,179,499 1,896 .03 A. O. Woodman 

294 57,913 49 .032 L. H. Dunning- 

295 263,687 360 .031 Ernest O. Sugden 

296 106,638 118 .027 W. S. Christie, Milo I 

297 1,100,335 77'^ -028 Chas. H. Ring 

298 394,725 377 -0175 H. J. Nickerson, South 

299 47,196 54 .041 A. F. Young 

300 240,570 232 .0255 R. F. Stone 

301 463,303 400 .02 R. F. Staples, Welchville 

302 202,416 211 .032 Geo. M. Crommett 

303 328,876 253 .0225 J. F. Harvey 

304 1,368,065 1,032 .0208 Wm. J. Wheeler, South 

305 220,249 197 .026 S. A. Buzzell 

306 403,660 350 .019 A. R. Leavitt 

307 86,884 136 .0325 M. D. Bean 

308 608,855 436 .02075 Fred R. Bailey 

309 320,812 377 .0205 W. H. Welch, West 

310 251,135 286 .027 Albert E. Varnum 

311 163,145 150 .024 W. H. Bragdon 

312 75.913 21 .00875 F- C. Lewis 

313 175,056 253 .024 Frederic Brown 

314 231,689 242 .026 W. S. Arnold, West 

315 584,057 493 -023 C. M. Hoyt 

316 408,705 294 .02 Sam'l H, Bowker 

317 1,379,552 920 .0215 Thos. E. Getchell 

318 480,799 324 .019 A. E. Lord, Gardiner 12 

319 165,088 182 .025 W. H. Mclntire 

320 751,761 473 .0184 Clifton C. Mitchell 

321 220,763 273 .02 F. E. Sawyer, Kezar Falls 

322 54,184,011 15,138 .0216 F. F. DriscoU 



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Town. Co. 

323 Pownal, Cum, 

324 Prentiss, Pen. 

325 Presque Isle, Aroos. 

326 Princeton, Wash. 

327 Prospect, Waldo 

328 Randolph, Ken. 

329 Rangeley, Fran. 

330 Raymond, Cum. 

331 Readfield, Ken. 

332 Richmond, Sag, 

333 Ripley, Som. 

334 Robbinston, Wash, 

335 ROCKLAND, Knox 

A City 

336 Rockport, Knox 

337 Rome, Ken, 

338 Roque Bluffs, Wash. 

339 Roxbury, Ox. 

340 Rum ford. Ox, 

341 SACO, York 

A City 

342 St. Agatha, Aroos. 

343 St. Albans, Som. 

344 St. George, Knox 

345 Salem, Fran. 

346 San ford, York 

347 Sangerville, Pis. 

348 Scarborough, Cum. 

349 Searsmont, Waldo 

350 Searsport, Waldo 

351 Sebago, Cum, 

352 Sebec, Pis, 



Date of 
Incorporation 

Mar. 3, 1808 
Feb. 27, 1858 
Apr, 4, 1859 
Feb, 3, 1832 
Feb. 24, 1794 
Mar. 4, 1887 
Mar. 8, 1855 
Jun, 21, 1803 
Mar. II, 1791 
Feb. 10, 1823 
Dec. II, 1816 
Feb. 18, 181 1 
July 28, 1848 
June, 1854 
Feb. 17, 1 79 1 
Mar. 7, 1804 
Mar. 12, 1891 
Mar. 17, 1835 
Feb. 21, 1800 
Nov., 1718 
Feb. 18, 1867 
Mar. 17, 1899 
Jun. 14, 1813 
Feb. 7, 1803 
Jan. 10, 1823 
Feb. 23, 1768 
Jun. 13, 1814 
May, 1658 
Feb. 5, 1814 
Feb. 13, 1845 
Feb. 10, 1826 
Feb. 28, 1812 



Popu: 


lation 


1890 


1900 


712 


502- 


401 


502 


3.046 


3.804 


1,027 


1,094 


697 


648 


1,281 


1,077 


616 


961 


927 


823 


1,176 


994 


3,082 


2,049 


478 


449 


787 


844 


8,174 


8,150 


2,150 


2,314 


500 


420 


154 


168 


222 


238 


898 


3.770 


6,075 


6,122 




1.396 


1,206 


1.037 


2,491 


2,206 


218 


195 


4,201 


6,078 


1,236 


1,294 


1.794 


1.865 


r,i44 


949 


1.693 


1.349 


681 


576 


725 


593 



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1907 Town and City Clerks 





Valuation 


Polls • 


lax Ral 


:e 1907-8 


323 


261,523 


194 


.019 


True Warren 


324 


99,400 


123 


.031 


J. F. Belden 


325 


2,081,690 


1,215 


.022 


H. B. Thayer 


326 


252,675 


309 


•03 


Stephen L. Peabody 


327 


160,791 


193 


.022 


A. A. Ginn, Bucksport i 


328 


292,421 


281 


.02 


A. C. Clark 


329 


738,560 


387 


.014 


Edwd. H. Whitney 


330 


237,568 


210 


.02 


Orrin B. Lane, East 


331 


486,348 


289 


.0215 


G. W. Manter 


332 


952,162 


503 


.0207 


Wm. R. Fairclough 


333 


140,965 


136 


.029 


Chas. Bryant 


334 


143,575 


180 


.022 


Wm. S. Vose 


335 


5,471,608 


2,691 


.0225 


A. L. Orne 


336 


1,216,022 


629 


•0235 


W. F. DilHngham 


337 


107,566 


151 


•034 


E. L. Blaisdell 


338 


28,751 


44 


.027 


I. A. Johnson 


339 


109,920 


94 


.036 


A. W. Robbins, Frye 


340 


3,068,379 


2,205 


.0215 


John Longley, Falls 


341 


3,892,029 


1,908 


.0216 


F. L. Whitehead 


342 


97,023 


237 


.027 


B. S. Dufoure 


343 


387,745 


333 


.0236 


Dan'l L. Frost 


344 


376,836 


709 


•03 


C. E. Wheeler, Tenant's Har. 


345 


59.'ii7 


64 


.027 


Edgar Wills 


346 


3,368,033 


1,884 


.022 


John Hargraves 


347 


489,405 


385 


•03 


A. W. Campbell 


348 


1,089,216 


556 


.0192 


E. S. Oliver 


349 


318,647 


299 


.0186 


Allen L. Haddocks 


350 


698,441 


400 


.024 


Wm. M. Parse 


351 


181,115 


170 


.024 


M. P. Fitch, East 


352 


194,200 


178 


.023 


D. L. Annis 



138 



MAINE REFERENCE 'MANUAL. 







Date of 


Populi 


ation 




Town. Co. 


Incorporation 


1890 


1900 


353 


Sedg-wick, Han. 


Jan. 12, 1789 


1,012 


902 


354 


Shapleigh, York 


Mar. 5, 1785 


968 


847 


355 


Sherman, Aroos. 


Jan. 28, 1862 


909 


980 


356 


Shirley, Pis. 


Mar. 9, 1834 


291 


248 


357 


Sidney, Ken. 


Jan. 30, 1792 


1.334 


1,068 


358 


Skowhegan, Som. 


Feb. 5, 1823 


5,068 


5,180 


359 


Smithfield, Som. 


Feb. 29, 1840 


479 


449 


360 


Smyrna, Aroos. 


Mar. 7, 1839 


303 


411 


361 


Solon, Som. 


Feb. 23, 1809 


977 


996 


362 


Somerville, Lin. 


Mar. 25, 1858 


453 


374 


363 


Sorrento, Han. 


Mar. 8, 1895 




117 


364 


So. Berwick, York 


Feb. 12, 1814 


3.434 


3,188 


365 


Southport, Lin. 


Feb. 12, 1842 


533 


527 


366 


SO. PORTLAND, Cum. 
A City 


Nov. I, 1765 
Dec. 5, 1898 


5.459 


6,287 


367 


So. Thomaston, Knox 


July 28, 1848 


1.534 


1,426 


368 


So. West Harbor, Han. 


Feb., 1905 


About 700 


369 


Springfield, Pen. 


Feb. 12, 1834 


^77 


532 


370 


Standish, Cum. 


Nov. 30, 1785 


1,841 


1,504 


371 


Starks, Som. 


Feb. 28, 1795 


766 


636 


VI^ 


Stetson, Pen. 


Jan. 28, 1 83 1 


618 


503 


373 


Steuben, Wash. 


Feb. 27, 1795 


982 


901 


374 


Stockton Spgs., Waldo 


Mar. 13, 1857 


1,149 


872 


375 


Stoneham, Ox. 


Jan. 31, 1834 


322 


284 


376 


Stonington, Han. 


Feb. 18, 1897 




1,648 


377 


Stow, Ox. 


Jan. 28, 1833 


291 


270 


378 


Strong, Fran. 


Jan. 31, 1801 


62^ 


637 


379 


Sullivan, Han. 


Feb. 16, 1789 


1.379 


1,034 


380 


Sumner, Ox. 


Jun. 13, 1798 


901 


802 


381 


Surry, Han. 


Jun. 21, 1803 


986 


900 


382 


Swans Island, Han. 


Mar. 26, 1897 


632 


758 


383 


Swanville, Waldo 


Feb. 19, 1818 


689 


502 



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1907 Town and City Clerks 





Valuation 


Polls 


Tax Rate 1907-8 


353 


217,410 


279 


.023 


Horace N. Dority 


354 


228,451 


211 


.025 


Leroy S. Patch 


355 


263,385 


301 


.028 


L. E. Jackman, Mills 


356 


103.497 


80 


.023 


A. C. Mitchell 


357 


389,382 


299 


.023 


S. N. Waite, Augusta 7 


358 


3,647,575 


1,648 


.02 


George Simpson 


359 


231,046 


151 


.027 


H. E. Groves, Oakland 34 


360 


110,942 


108 


•03 


A. E. Eastabrook, Mills 


361 


366,035 


310 


•025 


Perry S. Longley 


362 


56,618 


103 


•033 


Morrill Glidden 


363 


265,578 


56 


.0195 


L. T. Havey 


364 


1,144,448 


819 


.022 


G. A. Mathes 


365 


364,697 


132 


.018 


E. E. Pinkham, West 


366 


3,037,230 


2,056 


.0238 


W. E. Allen 


367 


380,154 


411 


.025 


C. E. Ward 


368 


371,925 


259 


.0208 


Arthur L. Somes 


369 


114,782 


135 


•034 


W. E. Murdock 


370 


771,845 


498 


.017 


A. H. Butterfield 


371 


193,367 


178 


.021 


W. H. Duley 


372 


182,555 


148 


.022 


S. J. Ridlon 


373 


195,894 


271 


•0255 


Sherman G. Cushman 


374 


452,012 


355 


.0205 


Walter F. Trundy 


375 


107,053 


114 


.0205 


Eugene Evans, East 


376 


495,727 


842 


.0376 


E. E. Crockett 


377 


132,013 


66 


.017 


Isaac A. Walker 


378 


273,757 


226 


.022 


C. B. Richardson 


379 


339,499 


342 


.01875 


Clarence Havey, North 


380 


275,368 


250 


.0215 


L. B. Heald, East 


381 


185,435 


229 


.025 


John F. Staples 


382 


149,469 


238 


.0202 


Austin Joyce, Atlantic 


383 


136,650 


169 


•0235 


Levi D. Holmes, Belfast 2 



140 MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 

Date of Population 

Town. Co. Incorporation 1890 1900 

384 Sweden, Ox. Feb. 26, 181 3 338 282 

385 Taltnage, Wash. Feb. 8, 1875 "2 93 

386 Temple, Fran. Jun. 20, 1803 470 394 

387 Thomaston, Knox Mar. 20, 1777 3,009 2,688 

388 Thorndike, Waldo Feb. 15, 1819 589 497 

389 Topsfield, Wash. Feb. 24, 1838 375 282 

390 Topsham, Sag. 1764 i,394 2,097 

391 Tremont, Han. Jun. 3, 1848 2,036 2,010 

392 Trenton, Han. Feb. 16, 1789 528 459 

393 Trescott, Wash. Feb. 7, 1827 485 463 

394 Troy, Waldo Feb. 22, 1 812 868 766 

395 Turner, And. July 7, 1786 2,016 1,842 

396 Union, Knox Oct. 20, 1786 1,436 1,248 

397 Unity, Waldo Jun. 22, 1804 922 877 

398 Upton, Ox. Feb. 9, i860 232 242 

399 Vanceboro, Wash. Mar. 4, 1874 870 550 

400 Van Buren, Aroos. 1881 1,168 1,878 

401 Vassalborough, Ken. Apr. 26, 1771 2,052 2,062 

402 Veazie, Pen. Mar. 26, 1853 650 555 

403 Verona, Han. Feb. 18, 1861 323 234 

404 Vienna, Ken. Feb. 20, 1802 495 406 

405 Vinalhaven, Knox Jun. 25, 1789 2,617 2,358 

406 Waite, Wash. 1876 159 135 

407 Waldo, Waldo Mar. 17, 1845 581 468 

408 Waldoboro, Lin. Jun. 29, 1773 3,505 3,145 

409 Wales, And. Feb. 1,1816 451 436 

410 Waltham, Han. Jan. 29, 1833 242 192 

411 Warren, Knox Nov. 7, 1776 2,037 2,069 

412 Washburn, Aroos. Feb. 25, 1861 1,097 1,225 

413 Washington, Knox Feb. 27, 181 1 1,230 1,019 

414 Waterboro, York Mar. 6, 1787 1,357 i>i69 

415 Waterford, Ox. Mar. 2, 1797 1,001 917 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 

1907 Town and City Clerks 

Valuation Polls Tax Rate 1907-8 

384 157,287 97 .017 Enfield S. Pkimmer 

385 63,617 25 .0177 F. E. Wallace 

386 136,098 133 .018 A. I. Sargent 

387 1,245,143 588 .02252 E. D. Carlton 

388 200,764 158 .0225 B. P. Hurd 

389 99,301 70 .022 John Kneeland 

390 1,129,351 622 .0155 Warren W. Goud 

391 240,225 351 .0255 L. A. Bunker, McKinley 

392 127,164 125 .021 Frank Dunbar 

393 56,732 133 .032 Wm. N. Wilcox, Whiting 

394 257,250 218 .02 Clarence Whitney 

395 969735 577 -017 Albert Bradford 

396 508,808 381 .026 H. E. Messer 

397 305,755 270 .02 E. D. Chase 

398 121,291 ^y .017 J. O. Douglass 

399 175.633 148 .023 G. H. Smith 

400 641,220 595 .0232 A. J. Dubay 

401 1,005,757 585 .0205 W. H. Marriner, North 

402 291,492 161 .02 H. L. Pratt 

403 70,373 73 .016 Peter Abbott 

404 140,499 144 .024 F. R. Eaton 

405 674,726 735 .027 Owen P. Lyons 

406 25,973 35 -0374 C. T. Parker 

407 137,906 124 .018 Levi M. Bryant 

408 1,182,118 939 .019 Percy E. Storer 

409 211,537 148 .0185 W. E. Webster, Sabattus i 

410 79,294 6t^ -0165 M. K. Haslam 

411 802,299 608 .0182 G. D. Gould 

412 269,931 343 .0332 Jas. M. Story 

413 256.181 296 .023 A. E. Johnston 

414 345,050 319 .021 H. B. Swett. Ctr. 

415 298.964 287 .024 Melville Monroe, South 



141 



142 



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Town. Co. 

416 WATERVILLE, Ken. 

A City 

417 Wayne, Ken. 

418 Webster, And. 

419 Weld, Fran. 

420 Wellington, Pis. 

421 Wells, York 

422 Wesley, Wash. 

423 West Bath, Sag. 

424 WESTBROOK, Cum. 

A City 

425 Westfield, Aroos. 

426 West Gardiner, Ken. 

427 Weston, Aroos. 

428 Westport, Lin. 

429 Whitefield, Lin. 

430 Whiting, Wash. 

431 Whitney ville. Wash. 

432 Williamsburg, Pis. 

433 Willimantic, Pis. 

434 Wilton, Fran. 

435 Windham, Cum. 

436 Windsor, Ken. 

437 Winn, Pen. 

438 Winslow, Ken. 

439 Winter Harbor, Han. 

440 Winterport, Waldo 

441 Winthrop, Ken. 

442 Wiscasset, Lin. 

443 Woodland, Aroos. 

444 Woodstock, Ox. 



Date of 
Incorporation 

Jun. 23, 1802 
Jan. 23, 1888 
Feb. 12, 1798 
Mar. 7, 1840 
Feb. 8, 1816 
Feb. 23, 1828 
Aug. 30, 1653 
Jan. 24, 1833 
Feb. 14, 1844 
Feb. 14, 1814 
Feb. 24, 1 891 
Mar. J, 1905 
Aug. 8, 1850 
Mar. 17, 1835 
Feb. 5, 1828 
Jun. 19, 1809 
Feb. 15, 1825 
Feb. 10, 1845 
Jun. 21, 1820 
Feb. 22, 1881 
Jun. 22, 1803 
Jun. 12, 1762 
Mar. 3, 1809 
Mar. 21, 1857 
Apr. 26, 1771 
Feb. 21, 1895 
Mar. \2, i860 
Apr. 26, 1 77 1 
Jun. 10, 1802 
Mar. 5, 1880 
Feb. 7, 181 5 



Population 


1890 


1900 


7,107 


9477 


775 


707 


951 


1,181 


885 


738 


584 


413 


2,029 


2,007 


227 


198 


307 


291 


6,632 


7,283 


166 


259 


853 


693 


404 


367 


451 


330 


1,215 


1,156 


393 


399 


413 


424 


162 


117 


446 


419 


1,622 


1,674 


2,216 


1,929 


853 


782 


936 


688 


1,814 


2,277 




571 


1,926 


1,623 


2,111 


2,088 


1,733 


1,273 


885 


1,096 


859 


816 





M. 


AINE I 


iEFER 


ENCE MANUAL. 




i( 


307 




Town and City Clerks 




Valuation 


Polls 


Tax Rate 1907-8 


4i6 


6,196,644 


3,839 


.0225 


F. W. Clair 


417 


226,082 


192 


.023 


J. M. Moulton 


418 


551,738 


332 


.0185 J. W. Maxwell, Sabattus 


419 


228,276 


249 


.026 


Cleff Maxwell 


420 


118,331 


132 


.032 


I. M. Whitehouse 


421 


912,175 


584 


.023 


Geo. G. Hatch 


422 


47,857 


52 


.034 


Jas. McCoomb 


423 


152,293 


93 


.022 


Henry Rose 


424 


4,472,695 


2,188 


.02 


E. A. Leighton 


425 


145,342 


151 


•033 


J. F. Taylor, Presque Isle 3 


426 


295,605 


210 


.019 


F. G. Wright, Gardiner 14 


427 


58,850 


119 


•043 


Elmer J. Earl 


428 


92,838 


92 


.018 


Chas. L. Cromwell 


429 


406,373 


243 


.021 


Jas. A. Douglass, North 


430 


103,563 


109 


.022 


F. A. Bucknam 


431 


57,364 


78 


•033 


Thos. Carney 


432 


41,331 


34 


.0275 


R. J. Williams, Brownville 


433 


75,517 


^7 


.028 


C. C. Norton, Norton 


434 


938,540 


683 


.018 


J. E. Hiscock 


435 


1,114,064 


623 


■0158 


J. N. Swett, South I 


436 


237,465 


224 


.0275 


H. A. N. Button 


437 


158,421 


201 


.024 


J. E. Clark 


438 


2,210,125 


641 


.021 


J. W. Bassett 


439 


465,000 


201 


.021 


j. M. Gerrish 


440 


528,296 


487 


.023 


Dan'l M. Spencer 


441 


1,303,500 


617 


.014 


E. S. French 


442 


457,549 


385 


.024 


Sol. Holbrook 


443 


212,394 


247 


.029 


Wylie Margerson 


444 


263,939 


268 


.019 


N. I. Swan, Bryant's Pond 



143 



144 



MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 





Town. Co. 


445 


Woodville, Pen. 


446 


Woolwich, Sag. 


447 


Yarmouth, Cum 


448 


York, York 



Date of 


Population 


Incorporation 


1890 1900 


Feb. 28, 1895 


242 160 


Oct. 20, 1759 


1,007 880 


Aug. 8, 1849 


2,098 2,274 


1652 


2,444 2,668 



Organized as a city in the time of Gorges, Apr. 
10, 1641, the first EngHsh city on this continent. 



Plantations of Maine. 

(by counties) 





AROOSTOOK COUNTY 


Name 


Organi 


zed Population 1900 Clerks 


Allagash 


June 24, 


1886 


190 


Robert McBriarty 


Gary 


June 27, 


1883 


400 


Wm. Reed 


Gaswell 




1879 


368 


N. Berube 


Ghapman 




1874 


285 


E. D. McLaughlin 


Gonnor 




1877 


453 


Michael Thibodeau 


Cyr 






502 


Jos. Lapierre 


Letter E 


Sept. 26, 


1898 


44 


J. R. Mills 


Eagle Lake 




1856 


406 


H. Ouillette. Mills 


Garfield 


April 13, 


1885 


III 


L. Young, Ashland 


Glenwood 






178 


R. A. Jenkins 


Hamlin 






574 


Henry Duplessis 


Hammond 


Feb. 17, 


1886 


116 


John S. Snell 


Hill 




1884 


124 


Remi Labe 


Macwahoc 


Dec. 16, 


1851 


153 


Frank E. Libby 


Merrill 




1876 


298 


J. H. Gardner 



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145 



1907 



Town and City Clerks 



445 


58,460 


446 


334,060 


447 


1,446,178 


448 


2,377418 



Polls Tax Rate 1907-8 

37 .03 Wm. Chesley 
244 .019 B. D. Farnham 
625 .02 L. R. Cook, Yarmouthville 
y2;j .022 G. F. Plaisted, Corner 



Name 


Organized Population 


1900 Clerks 




Moro 


1850 


217 


S. C. Bates 




Nashville 


April 17. 1889 


Z^ 


E. A. Hill 




New Canada 


Nov. 9, 1 88 1 


419 


Thos. Desjardins 




Oxbow 


1870 


153 


J. M. McLean 




Portage Lake 


1872 


241 


0. L. Stevens 




Reed 




399 


C. W. Springer 




Silver Ridge 


July 20, 1863 


168 


C. F. Chute 




St. Francis 




568 


D. McKenzie 




St. John 




371 


Duncan Sinclair 




Stockholm 


Mar. 23, 1895 


191 


N. A. Wessel 




Wade 


1859 


271 


R. H. Story 




Wallagrass 


May 2, 1874 


784 


Jos. Labe, Jr. 




Westmanland 


June I, 1892 


100 


0. F. Peterson 






FRANKLIN COUNTY 




Coplin 


1856 


70 


R. E. Paine 




Dallas 


1845 


172 


C. H. Adams 




Lang 




87 


Leo Taylor 




Rangeley 


1859 


98 


Lyman E. Moore 




Sandy River 


1905 (est) 80 


John Clark 





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MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



HANCOCK COUNTY 
Name Organized Population 1900 Clerks 

Long Island 174 Wm. A. VanNorden 

No. 33 1840 82 J. S. Archer 

No. 8 June 26, 1877 17 Howard C. Fletcher 

No. 21 58 Geo. C. Jordan 

KNOX COUNTY 

Matinicus Isle 1840 184 L. M. Philbrook 

Muscle Ridge Oct. 28, 1904 R. A. Webster 

Criehaven March 3, 1897 47 H. J. McClure 



Monhegan 



LINCOLN COUNTY 

94 W. S. Stanley- 



Lincoln 

Magalloway 

Milton 



OXFORD COUNTY 

1875 73 C. T. Fox 

1883 77 P. C. Ripley 

1842 202 W. S. Millett 



Drew 

Lakeville 

Grand Falls 

Seboeis 

Stacyville 

Webster 



Barnard 
Elliottsville 
Kingsbury 
Lake View 



PENOBSCOT COUNTY 

120 W. Butters, Wytopitlock 

Feb. 29, 1868 129 J. Ham 

52 A. S. Folsom 

Apr. 8, 1890 96 W. O. Smart 

i860 347 Rob't N. McClure 

Sept. I, 1856 124 W. H. Lamb, Springfield 

PISCATAQUIS COUNTY 

Mar. 15, 1895 98 H. T. Ladd 

Jan. 3, 1887 86 H. W. Lane, Monson 

July 20, 1886 106 W. J. Hilton 

June 16, 1892 173 A. P. Cook 



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147 



SOMERSET COUNTY 



Name 
Bigelow 
Brighton 
Caratunk 
Dead River 
Dennistown 
Flagstaff 
Highland 
Jackman 
Lexington 



Organized 



Jan. 
Apr. 



1895 
1895 
1840 



Population 

57 
368 
218 

91 

96 

115 

67 

352 

Apr. 18, 1885 251 



Mayfield July 5, 1892 89 

Moose River Dec. 21, 1903 239 

Pleasant Ridge Oct. 17, 1840 114 

The Forks 157 

West Forks March, 1893 160 



1900 Clerks 

R. Ricker, Flagstaff 
F. T. Farrin 
Ernest Sterling 
E. A. Sampson 
A. A. Graffte 
Wm. M. Viles 
W. C. Safford 
Jos. D. Chamberland 
O. W. Chase, 

No. New Portland 
H. S. Brown 
M. E. Holden 
A. L. Healy 
W. S. Young 
J. H. Morris 



WASHINGTON COUNTY 

Codyville 69 Thos. O. Hill 

Grand Lake Feb. 11, 1897 221 A. R. Wheaton 

No. 14 yy S. E. Gray, Dennysville 

No. 21 1859 86 Jas. E. Libby 



148 MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 



Agricultural Statistics. 



(From the United States Census Report.) 

Maine has a total land area of 29,895 square miles, of which 
9,844 square miles, or 32.9%, are included in farms. The sur- 
face consists of two great slopes, the northern and the southern. 
The northern slope, comprising about one-third of the total area, 
is drained by the St. John river and its tributaries, the southern 
slope by numerous streams which flow into the Atlantic. The 
broad, flat divide which separates the two slopes serves as a 
natural reservoir, most of the rivers of the State having their 
sources in the large lakes of this region. Some of the lakes 
have outlets on both sides of the watershed. 

The surface of a large part of the State is rugged and broken. 
The soil of the river valleys is very productive, but in the moun- 
tainous regions and along the sea coast it is for the most part 
sterile. The Aroostook Valley, which comprises the largest area 
of fertile farming land in New England, has a deep, porous, 
yellow loam, especially adapted to the growing of fruits and 
vegetables. This section has developed remarkably during the 
last decade. 

NUMBER AND SIZE OF FARMS IN THE STATE. 

The following table gives, by decades since 1850, the number 
of farms, the total and average acreage, and the per cent, of 
farm land improved. 



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Number Number of Acres in Farms. % Im- 

Year. of Farms. Total. Improved. Unimproved. Average, proved. 

1900, 59,299 6,299,946 2,386,889 3>9i3,0S7 106.2 37.9 

1890, 62,013 6,179,925 3,044,666 3,135,259 99-7 49-3 

1880, 64,309 6,552,578 3,484,908 3,067,670 loi.y 53.2 

1870, 59,804 5,838,058 2,917,793 2,920,265 97.6 50.0 

i860, 55,698 5,727,671 2,704,133 3,023,538 102.8 47.2 

1850, 46,760 4,555,393 2,039,596 2,515,797 97.4 44.8 

Number and Acreage of Farms, and Value of Farm Property, 
June I, 1900, classified by principal source of income. 

Principal Source Number Number of Acres in Farms. Value of 

of Income. of Farms. Av. Total. Per ct. Farm Prop. 

Dairy products, 17.740 100.6 1,785,286 28.4 $38,751,782 

Live stock, 15,048 102. i 1,537,083 24.4 28,978,948 

Hay and grain, 7,453 97.5 726,661 11.5 13,601,110 

Vegetables, 5,263 101.8 535,6ii 8.5 12,409,818 

Fruit, 551 64.2 35,404 0.6 1,075,509 

Flowers and plants, 65 9.6 625 (i) 293,255 

Nursery products, 16 78.4 1,254 (i) 84,940 

Miscellaneous, 13,163 127.5 1,678,022 26.6 27,215,542 

The State, 59,299 106.2 6,299,946 loo.o 122,410,904 

(i) Less than one-tenth of one per cent. 

Number and Acreage of Farms, and Value of Farm Property, 
June I, 1900, classified by area, with percentages. 

No. of No. of Acres in Farms. Val. Farm Prop. 



Area. 


Farms. 


Average. Total. 


Per ct. 


Total. Per ct. 


Under 3 acres. 


371 


2.8 


1,034 


(I) 


$441,290 


0.4 


3 to 9, 


2,042 


7-Z 


14,933 


0.2 


2,484,250 


2.0 


10 to 19, 


2,890 


14. 1 


40,690 


0.7 


3,752,260 


3-1 


20 to 49, 


9,267 


34-3 


317,627 


5-0 


13,131,150 


10.7 


50 to 99, 


18,644 


69.6 


1,297,754 


20.6 


31,386,890 


25-7 


100 to 174, 


17,191 


123.8 


2,127,393 


33-8 


39,178,374 


32.0 


175 to 259, 


5,662 


207.0 


1,171,767 


18.6 


17,399,050 


14.2 


260 to 499, 


2,598 


322.5 


837,867 


13-3 


10,301,900 


8.4 


500 to 999, 


516 


594-4 


306,709 


4-9 


2,954,890 


2.4 


1,000 and over. 


114 


1,615-5 


184,172 


2-9 


1,380,850 


I.I 


The State, 


59,299 


106.2 


6,299,946 


1 00.0 


122,410,904 


lOO.O 



(i) Less than one-tenth of one per cent. 



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Acreages, Quantities 


and Values of the Principal Farm Crops 


in 1899. 








Crops. 


Acres. 


Quantity of Product. 


Value. 


Hay and forage, 


1,270,254 


1,136,774 tons 


$10,641,546 


Potatoes, 


71,765 


9,813,748 bu. 


3,711,999 


Forest products, 






2,652,249 


Oats, 


108,661 


3,799,435 bu. 


1,374,573 


Orchard fruits. 


117,322 


1,438,919 bu. 


833,634 


Corn, 


16,856 


645,040 bu. 


326,824 


Dry beans. 


10,252 


137,290 bu. 


290,885 


Buckwheat, 


25,292 


468,320 bu. 


185,836 


Small fruits, 


1,036 




157.679 


Flowers and plants. 


71 




155,131 


Barley, 


8,809 


252,850 bu. 


137,448 


Wheat, 


6,667 


116,720 bu. 


107.396 


Nursery products, 


106 




46,207 


Dry peas, 


2,300 


35,991 bu. 


44,618 


Onions, 


168 


44,489 bu. 


38,160 


Maple syrup, 




16,024 gals. 


15,280 


Grapes, 


SI 


2,758 centals 


7,584 


Rye, 


611 


9,290 bu. 


6,126 


Seeds, 


6 




3.082 


Clover seed. 




519 bu. 


2,956 


Grass seed. 




417 bu. 


854 


Maple sugar. 




5,500 pounds 


643 


Nuts, 






593 


Chicory, 


29 


64,820 pounds 


217 


Flaxseed, 


2 


16 bu. 


22 


Miscel. Vegetables, 


19,84s 




1,207,141 


Other miscellany. 






5,371 



Total, 



1,660,103 



$21,954,054 



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Maine NewBpapers. 



ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY 

Lewiston Journal, Lewiston Bates Student, Lewiston 

Lewiston Evening Journal, Lisbon Enterprise, Lisbon Falls 

Lewiston The Adertiser, Livermore Falls 

Lewiston Daily Sun, Lewiston Mechanic Falls Ledger, Me- 

Le Messager, Lewiston chanic Falls 

AROOSTOOK COUNTY 

The Ashland Gazette, Ashland Aroostook Pioneer, Houlton 

The Naturalist, Ashland Aroostook Times, Houlton 

Aroostook Republican, Caribou Aquillo, Houlton 

Ft. Fairfield Review, Ft. Fair- The Star Herald, Presque Isle 
field 

CUMBERLAND COUNTY 

Zion's Advocate, Portland Casco Bay Breeze, Portland 

Maine State Press, Portland The Bibelot, Portland 

Portland Daily Press, Portland Welcome Guest, Portland 

Portland Sun. Times, Portland Ladies' Magazine, Portland 

Weekly Eastern Argus, Port- The Magnet, Portland 

land Portland Transcript, Portland 

Daily Eastern Argus, Portland Westbrook Chronicle Gazette, 
Portland Daily Advertiser, Portland 

Portland Maine State S. S. Star, Port- 
land 



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Portland Evening Express, 

Portland 
Portland Sun. Telegram, Port- 
land 
Masonic Token, Portland 
Pine Tree Magazine, Portland 
Safeguard and Armory, Port- 
land 
Maine Citizen, Portland 
Maine Coast Cottager, Port- 
land 
Board of Trade Journal, Port- 
land 



The Brunswick Record, Bruns- 
wick 
Bowdoin Orient, Brunswick 
The Bridgton News, Bridgton 
Coast Watch, South Portland 
Cape Elizabeth Sentinel, South 

Portland 
Six Towns Times, Freeport 
Narragansett Sun, Gorham 
Deering News and Globe-Star, 
Westbrook 



FRANKLIN COUNTY 

Farmington Chronicle, Farm- Our Little People, Farmington 

ington Maine Woods, Phillips 

School World, Farmington Maine Woodsman, Phillips 



HANCOCK COUNTY 

Ellsworth American, Ellsworth Maine Coast Cottager, 

Ellsworth Enterprise, EUsw'th Harbor 

Hancock County Democrat, 
Ellsworth 

Bar Harbor Record, Bar Har- 
bor 

Bar Harbor Life (Sum.) Bar 
Harbor 



Bar 



Hancock County Press, Bucks- 
port 
Deer Isle Messenger, Deer Isle 
The Island Herald, North East 
Harbor 



KENNEBEC COUNTY 

The Kennebec Journal, Au- The Hallowell Register, Hallo- 

gusta well 

Daily Kennebec Journal, Au- The Eastern Poultryman, 

gusta Kent's Hill 



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153 



Maine Farmer, Augusta 
The New Age, Augusta 
Family Herald, Augusta 
National Farmer, Augusta 
Golden Moments, Augusta 
Sunshine, Augusta 
Literary Companion, Augusta 
Vickery's Fireside Visitor, Au- 
gusta 
Hearth and Home, Augusta 
Good Stories, Augusta 
The American Woman, Au- 
gusta 
Happy Hours, Augusta 
Comfort, Augusta 
Carleton's Sportsman's Jour- 
nal, Augusta 
The Reporter Journal, Gardi- 
ner 



Oakland Enterprise, Oakland 
The Waterville Sentinel, Wa- 

terville 
Waterville Morning Sentinel, 

Waterville 
Colby Echo, Waterville 
Turf, Farm and Home, Water- 
ville 
Fireside Gem, Waterville 
American Home, Waterville 
Home Queen, Waterville 
Coburn Clarion, Waterville 
Civic League Record, Water- 
ville 
The Pine Tree Endeavor, Wa- 
terville 
The Triangle, Waterville 
Winthrop Budget, Winthrop 



KNOX COUNTY 

Camden Herald, Camden Maine Bugle, Rockland 

Courier-Gazette, Rockland 
The Rockland Daily Star, 
Rockland 



Rockland Opinion, Rockland 
Home and Health Magazine, 
Rockland 



Knox Co. Hist, and Gen, Mgr., Thomaston Herald, Thomaston 
Rockland 



UNCOI.N COUNTY 

Damariscotta Herald, Damaris- Lincoln County News, Waldo- 

cotta boro 

Boothbay Register, Boothbay The Sheepscot Echo, Wiscas- 

Harbor set 



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OXFORD COUNTY 

The Bethel News, Bethel Rum ford 

Norway Advertiser, Norway 
Rumford Falls Times, Rum 
ford Falls 



Citizen, Rumford 
Falls 
Oxford Democrat, South Paris 



pe;nobscot county 



Weekly Commercial, Bangor 
Daily Commercial, Bangor 
Daily News, Bangor 
The Weekly News, Bangor 
The Industrial Journal, Bangor 
Maine Sportsman, Bangor 



Eastern Gazette, Dexter 
Lincoln Chronicle, Lincoln 
Millinocket Jour., Millinocket 
The Old Town Enterprise, Old 

Town 
The Campus. Orono 



PISCATAQUIS COUNTY 

Piscataquis Observer, Dover The Guilford Recorder, Guil- 
ford 

SAGADAHOC COUNTY 

Bath Independent and Enter- The Bath x\nvil, Bath 

prise, Bath Richmond Bee, Richmond 

Bath Daily Times, Bath 



SOMERSET COUNTY 



Bingham Herald, Bingham 
Union Advocate, North Anson 
Somerset Reporter, Skowhe- 

gan 
Fairfield Journal, Fairfield 
The Good Will Record, Hinck- 
ley 



Norridgewock Gazette, Nor- 

ridgewock 
Pittsfield Advertiser, Pittsfield 
Pittsfield Journal, Pittsfield 
Madison Bulletin, Madison 
New Portland Sun, New Port- 
land 
Solon Times, Solon 



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WALDO COUNTY 

Republican Journal, Belfast The Sea Breeze, Brooks 
Maine Temperance Record, Winterport Advertiser, Win- 
Belfast terport 
The Girls' Home, Belfast 

WASHINGTON COUNTY 

Calais Advertiser, Calais Eastport Sentinel, Eastport 

Calais Times, Calais Eastport Citizen, Eastport 

Narraguagus Times, Cherry- Lubec Herald, Lubec 

field Machias Republican, Machias 

Jonesport Enterprise Machias Union, Machias 



YORK 

Biddeford Weekly Jour., Bid- 

deford 
Biddeford Daily Jour., Bidde- 
ford 
Weekly Record, Biddeford 
Daily Record, Biddeford 
La Justice, Biddeford 
Eastern Star, Kennebunk 
Kennebunk Enterprise, Kenne- 
bunk 
The Wave (summer), Kenne- 
bunkport 



COUNTY 

The Old Orchard Mirror, Old 
Orchard 

The Independent, So. Berwick 

The Tribune, Saco 

San ford Weekly Tribune, San- 
ford 

Springvale Advocate, Spring- 
vale 

The Old York Transcript, York 
Village 



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Maine Court Directory. 



SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. 
Chief Justice — L. A. Emery, Ellsworth. 
Associate Justices — W. P. Whitehouse, Augusta ; Geo. E. Bird, 
Portland; A. R. Savage, Auburn; H. C. Peabody, Portland; 
A. M. Spear, Gardiner; L. C.„Cornish, Augusta; A. W. King, 
Ellsworth. 

TERMS OF COURT. 

LAW COURT. 

For the purposes of the Law Court of the State of Maine 
shall constitute one District. The sessions of the Supreme 
Judicial Court as a Law Court shall be holden as follows : 

At Augusta, on the second Tuesday of December ; Bangor on 
the first Tuesday of June ; Portland on fourth Tuesday of June, 
all the foregoing to be holden within each year. 

NISI PRIUS TERMS. 
Trial terms of the court are held annually as follows : 
Androscoggin — At Auburn, on the third Tuesday of January, 

April and September, civil and criminal. 

Aroostook — At Houlton, on the first Tuesday of April (with 

adjourned term at Caribou), and third Tuesday of September, 

civil and criminal ; and at Caribou on the third Tuesday of 

November, civil. 



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Cumberland — At Portland, on the second Tuesday of Jan- 
uary, April and October, civil. (The Superior Court has exclu- 
sive criminal jurisdiction.) 

Franklin — At Farmington. on the first Tuesday of February, 
and fourth Tuesday of September, civil and criminal ; and on 
the third Tuesday of May, civil, unless otherewise ordered. 

Hancock — At Elsworth, on the second Tuesday of April and 
October, civil and criminal, and on the third Tuesday of Jan- 
uary, civil. 

Kennebec — At Augusta, on the first Tuesday of March, and 
third Tuesday of October, civil. (The Superior Court has 
exclusive criminal jurisdiction except trials for murder.) 

Knox — At Rockland, on the first Tuesday of January, first 
Tuesday of April, and third Tuesday of September, civil and 
criminal. 

Lincoln — At Wiscasset, on the fourth Tuesday of April and 
October, civil and criminal. 

Oxford — At South Paris, on the second Tuesday of October 
and March, and at Rumford Falls on the second Tuesday of 
May, civil and criminal. 

Penobscot — At Bangor, on the first Tuesday of January, April 
and October, civil : and on the first Tuesday of February, and 
second Tuesday of August, criminal. 

Piscataquis — At Dover, on the third Tuesday of January and 
September, civil and criminal, and on the first Tuesday of May, 
civil. 

Sagadahoc — At Bath, on the first Tuesday of April, third 
Tuesday of August, and fourth Tuesday of December, civil and 
criminal. 

Somerset — At Skowhegan, on the third Tuesday of March 
and September, and fourth Tuesday of December, civil and 
criminal. 

Waldo — At Belfast, on the first Tuesday of January, and the 
third Tuesday of April and September, civil and criminal. 



158 MAINE REFERENCE MANUAL. 

Washington — At Machias, on the second Tuesday of January 
and October, and at Calais, on the fourth Tuesday of April, civil 
and criminal. 

York — At Saco, on the first Tuesday of January; and at 
Alfred, on the first Tuesday of May and third Tuesday of Sep- 
tember, civil and criminal. 

SUPERIOR COURT. 

CUMBERLAND COUNTY. 

Terms held at Portland, on first Tuesday of every month 
except June, July and August ; the January, May and September 
terms are for civil and criminal trials ; other terms are for civil 
trials exclusively. 

Judge, Levi Turner, Portland, (salary $3,000) ; clerk. Llewel- 
lyn Barton, Portland. 

KENNEBEC COUNTY. 

Terms held at Augusta, on second Tuesday of January, and 
first Tuesday of April and September ; at Waterville on second 
Tuesday of June and November. The June and November 
terms are for civil trials only ; the others for civil and criminal 
trials. 

Judge, Oliver G. Hall, Augusta, ($2,500, with $200 addi- 
tional for expenses at Waterville) ; clerk, Chas. W. Jones, 
Augusta. 



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Maine Cliiarciies. 



Advent Christian — Churches, 84 : members, 2,500 ; mmis- 
ters, 75. 

Protestant Episcopal — The General Convention, composed 
of 102 bishops, and clerical and lay deputies from 82 dioceses 
and missionary districts, met at Richmond, Va., on the first 
Wednesday in October, 1907. Diocese of Maine: Clergy, 36; 
parishes and missions, 67 ; communicants, 5,025. Annual meet- 
ing held at Portland, in May, 1908. 

Free Baptist — Maine Association established September, 
1889. Quarterly meetings, 16; churches, 207; ordained min- 
isters, no; communicants, 11,847. 

Congregational — General Conference organized in Maine 
January 10, 1826; churches, 262; membership, 21,327; clergy- 
men, 190; Sunday School scholars, 20,981 ; young people's soci- 
eties, 6,334 ; benevolent contributions, $50,728 ; home expendi- 
tures, $282,629. 

Methodist Episcopal — Organized in Baltimore, Md., Dec. 
25, 1784. Church in Maine composed of two conferences, 
Maine Conference and East Maine Conference. The Maine 
Conference is composed of the Portland, Central and Augusta 
districts; has 148 churches; 92 parsonages; 117 ministers; 
10,822 members; 1,307 probationers; 12,723 Sunday School 
scholars. The East Maine Conference is composed of the 
Bangor, Bucksport and Rockland districts ; has 162 churches ; 
91 parsonages; 105 ministers; 8,600 members; 1,029 proba- 
tioners; 11,989 Sunday School cholars. 



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Universalist — Parishes, 93; families, 5,610; church organ- 
izations, 'J2\ members, 3,402; church edifices, 87; Sunday 
56; Sunday School scholars, 4,200; preachers, 61 ; annual meet- 
ings held in June. 

Friends — New England yearly meeting of Friends is held 
alternately at Portland, Maine, and Providence, R. I. Meets 
at Providence, June, 1909. The denomination has 24 meeting- 
houses in Maine, with about 1,800 members. 

New Jerusalem — This denomination has three churches in 
Maine, with a membership of 133. 

Unitarian — Maine Association incorporated 1875 and organ- 
ized at Saco, Oct. 8, 1878; has 21 churches. 

Seventh Day Adventist — Has 21 churches, with about 
600 members. 

Christian — Ministers, 35 ; membership, about 3,600 ; con-^ 
ferences, 3. 

Disciples — Churches, 7 ; membership, about 500. 

Evangelical Lutheran — Churches, 7; membership, 1,445 ;v, 
first Lutheran church formed in Portland in 1874. 

Presbyterian — Churches, 3 ; ministers, 3 ; membership, about ' 
503. Churches in Maine are a part of Boston Presbytery. 
Sunday Schools, 6; membership, about 425. First Presbyterian 
Church in Portland organized in 1885 ; Presbyterian Church in 
Houlton organized in 1888. 

Church of God — Denomination organized 1830, at Harris- 
burg, Pa. First church in Maine formed Sept. 27, 1873, i" , 
Palmyra by Silas L. Pennell and 24 others. Number of churches,. ' 
12 ; ministers, 16 ; communicants, about 250. 

Roman Catholic — Diocese of Portland embraces Maine, .; 
Louis S. Walsh, bishop. Churches, 104; chapels, 33; priests,"" 
121 ; college for boys, i ; Academies for girls, 5 ; orphan asylums, 
3 ; parochial schools, 23, with attendance of 9,437 ; home for 
aged women, i ; schools for Indian children, 4. Catholic pop- 
ulation about 110,000. 



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